Howling Bells announce new UK tour and single

The band come to UK shores in February and March

Howling Bells announce new UK tour and single
Howling Bells have released details of a new tour in support of their forthcoming single 'Cities Burning Down', released on February 23.

The band play a one-off Shockwaves NME Awards Show at London's Islington Academy on February 9, and then return to the UK for a series of gigs in March.

The band's new album 'Radio Wars' is released on March 2.

Howling Bells play the following gigs:

London 02 Academy Islington (February 9)
Bristol Fleece and Firkin (3 March)
Southsea Wedgewood Rooms (4)
Oxford Zodiac at Oxford Academy (5)
Brighton Digital (6)
Birmingham Barfly (8)
Norwich Arts Centre (9)
Newcastle The Cluny (10)
Glasgow The Classic Grand (11)
Aberdeen Moshulu (13)
Sheffield Plug (14)
Manchester Club Academy (15)
Liverpool 02 Academy 2 (16)

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

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