Hurts announce pair of October UK dates

Duo will play Manchester and London shows later this year

Hurts announce pair of October UK dates

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Hurts have revealed details of two UK shows they will play in October as part of a wider European tour.

The duo released their second album 'Exile' earlier this month and will perform two gigs in Manchester and London in October. Starting in Manchester on October 25, Hurts will perform at the city's Apollo venue before moving on to the capital the day after (March 26) for a headline show at east London venue Troxy. The two dates will be part of a month-long European tour which will also include shows in Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Germany among others.

Adam Anderson of Hurts recently revealed that he once fell asleep on stage after pushing himself so hard while out on the road. "I had a moment in Kiev," he revealed. "We've got this song called 'Unspoken' - it'll disappoint some of our fans, it's a very emotional song but at that moment, I got tired. I think (Theo) woke me up by slapping your hand on the piano."

Hurts will play:

Manchester Apollo (October 25)
London Troxy (26)


Tickets for the UK shows will go on sale at 9am on Friday (March 22) morning. To check the availability of Hurts tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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