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Idlewild set for special album gigs in London
Idlewild are set to play their albums in full at a series of London shows.

The band did a similar live run in Glasgow last year.

The band will perform all their albums, including their forthcoming release (due in May), at Dingwalls in the capital.

The dates and albums are:

'Hope Is Important'/ new album (May 19)
'100 Broken Windows'/ 'Warnings/Promises' (20)
'The Remote Part'/ 'Make Another World' (21)


There will be 100 special three-night passes available at £40, along with tickets for individual nights.

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

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