Hadouken! announce new live dates

Coinciding with their latest single release

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Hadouken! have announced details of a string of live dates.

The band kick off their tour with an appearance at the Great Escape festival in Brighton on May 17, alongside Hot Club De Paris, Art Brut and Kate Nash.

The tour then visits:

Newcastle Carling Academy 2 (June 2)
Stoke The Underground (3)
Norwich Junction (5)
Reading Fez (7)
London ULU (8)
Koko Club NME (8)
Brighton Concorde 2 (9)
Cardiff The Front (11)
Birmingham Carling Academy 2 (12)
Manchester Academy 3 (13th)
Glasgow Classic Grand (14th)
Nottingham Rescue rooms (16th)

To check ticket availability and get all the latest listings go to NME.COM/GIGS.

Hadouken!’s next single, ‘Liquid Lives’, will be released on June 18.

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