Haim add three extra dates to European tour - tickets

Band announce new shows in London, Dublin and Glasgow

Haim add three extra dates to European tour - tickets

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Haim have added three UK dates to the European tour they announced last week (February 27).

The group, currently working on their debut album, will now play new dates in Dublin and Glasgow as well as a second London gig at KOKO in Camden in May. The new dates come after tickets to see the band at Heaven in London sold out in minutes after going on sale last Friday. Scroll down to see ticket details for the new dates.

Haim will also perform at Bitterzoet in Amsterdam (April 26), Nouveau Casino in Paris (27) and the AB in Brussels on April 28. The tour then continues into May with two German dates set up in Cologne (1) and Berlin (2).

Haim are set to release their new EP, 'Falling', on April 1 – scroll down to hear the title track.

'Falling' is backed with remixes by Psychemagik and Duke Dumont. The digital download also comes with a live version of the song, taken from the their set at the iTunes Festival last year in London.

Haim will play:

London Heaven (April 24)
Amsterdam Bitterzoet (26)
Paris Nouveau Casino (27)
Brussels AB (28)
Cologne Gebaeude 9 (May 1)
Berlin Lido (2)
Dublin Whelans (25)
Glasgow SWG3 (27)
London KOKO (30)


Tickets go onsale on Wednesday (March 6) at 9am. To check the availability of Haim tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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