I Am Kloot announce Manchester and London shows - ticket details

Mercury Prize-nominated group to play dates in December and January

I Am Kloot announce Manchester and London shows - ticket details
I Am Kloot have announced details of two upcoming winter shows.

The band, whose album 'Sky At Night' was nominated for the Mercury Prize last week (July 20), will play Manchester Cathedral on December 3 and London's Shepherds Bush Empire on January 28.

Prior to the dates, the Manchester group will hit the road on a tour of the UK in September.

Meanwhile, I Am Kloot have released 'Lately' from 'Sky At Night' as a free download on their official website - IAmKloot.com/lately and will issue a new single, 'Proof' on September 6. The song is a reworked version of the same track from their 2003 self-titled album.

I Am Kloot will play:

Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (September 26)
Brighton Komedia (27)
Bristol Thekla (28)
London Union Chapel (29)
Newcastle The Cluny (October 1)
Glasgow ABC2 (2)
Liverpool Academy 2 (3)
Nottingham Rescue Rooms (5)
Sheffield Leadmill (6)
Manchester Cathedral (December 3)
London Shepherds Bush Empire (January 28)


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

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