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Jamie T adds extra Manchester and Liverpool dates to autumn tour

The returning singer-songwriter will now play 13 UK dates this autumn

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Jamie T has added two extra shows to his UK tour.

The singer-songwriter will play a further date at Manchester Academy on November 17 after the first show sold out. He will also play Liverpool Guild of Students on November 18. Tickets for the two new shows go on sale at 9am on August 20. A second London date was recently announced, after his first Alexandra Palace show sold out in five hours.

The returning singer-songwriter will now play 13 dates in total, starting in Bristol on October 30. The tour will also visit Southampton, Norwich, Newcastle, Nottingham, Leeds, Glasgow and Birmingham.

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Jamie T will play:

Bristol, O2 Academy (October 30)
Southampton, O2 Guildhall (31)
Norwich, UEA (1)
Newcastle, O2 Academy (3)
Nottingham, Rock City (4)
Manchester, Academy (7)
Leeds, O2 Academy (8)
Glasgow, Barrowlands (10)
Birmingham, O2 Academy (13)
London, Alexandra Palace (14/15)
Manchester Academy (17)
Liverpool Guild of Students (18)


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Jamie T recently confirmed details of his long-awaited third album 'Carry On The Grudge'. The LP will be released on September 29. Scroll down for the 12-song tracklisting, which features the recently revealed comeback single 'Don't You Find' and 'Zombie', which will come out on September 22 on limited edition 12-inch vinyl.

The 'Carry On The Grudge' tracklisting is:

'Limits Lie'
'Don't You Find'
'Turn On The Light'
'Zombie'
'The Prophet'
'Mary Lee'
'Trouble'
'Rabbit Hole'
'Peter'
'Love Is Only A Heartbeat Away'
'Murder Of Crows'
'They Told Me It Rained'


Jamie T last released an album in 2009, with 'Kings & Queens' following his 2007 debut 'Panic Prevention'.

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