Haim announce spring 2014 UK and Ireland tour

The band release their debut album 'Days Are Gone' today (September 30)

Haim announce spring 2014 UK and Ireland tour

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Haim have announced details of a spring 2014 UK and Ireland tour.

The LA trio, who release their debut album 'Days Are Gone' today (September 30) have announced seven dates in March 2014, following a sold-out UK and Ireland tour in December.

Haim will play:

London Rough Trade East (October 1)
Norwich UEA (December 4)
Birmingham HMV Institute (5)
Leeds MET University (6)
Manchester Ritz (8)
London HMV Forum (9,10)
Glasgow ABC (12)
Dublin The Academy (13)

Nottingham Rock City (March 4)
London Brixton O2 Academy (6)
Brighton Dome (7)
Manchester The Academy (8)
Dublin Olympia Theatre (10)
Sheffield O2 Academy (11)
Glasgow Barrowlands (12)


On Sunday (September 29), Prime Minister David Cameron tweeted about Haim after meeting the band during a BBC TV appearance).
The band's bass player Este cheekily dedicated their performance of 'The Wire' to David Cameron as they played on the Andrew Marr show. At the end of the song, she pointed at the Prime Minister saying, "That was for you DC, it's all about you."

Following their appearance, David Cameron tweeted: "Great to meet @HAIMtheband on Marr - looking forward to listening to the album they gave me."

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