Hadouken! announce new album and UK headline tour - ticket details

The band will release new album 'Every Weekend' in February, before touring the UK in April

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Hadouken! have announced that they will release their new album on February 18, 2013.

Titled 'Every Weekend', it will feature ten tracks including recent singles 'Parasite' and 'Bad Signal'. In addition, the physical and iTunes editions of the album will come with a pair of bonus tracks, 'Mecha Love' and 'Oxygen'.

'Every Weekend' will be released on the band's own imprint, Surface Noise Recordings. To watch a just-released trailer for the album, scroll right down to the bottom of this article and press 'play'.

'Every Weekend' is set to be the band's first new album in over three years. The band released their debut LP 'Music For An Accelerated Culture' in May 2010, followed by sophomore effort 'For The Masses' in January 2010.

Meanwhile, James Smith and co have announced a UK headline tour for next April (2013). The ten-date trek will begin at Norwich Waterfront on April 17 before wrapping up at The Fleece in Bristol on April 27. All tickets are priced at £12.50, except for the band's London date at Electric Ballroom on April 25, where admission will cost £14.50.

Hadouken! will play:

Norwich Waterfront (April 17)
Leeds The Cockpit (18)
Glasgow Arches (19)
Newcastle Academy (20)
Sheffield Leadmill (22)
Birmingham HMV Institute (23)
Manchester Academy 2 (24)
London Electric Ballroom (25)
Brighton Concorde 2 (26)
Bristol Fleece (27)


To check the availability of Hadouken! tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.


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