October 31, 2009 0:24

Japandroids announce spring 2010 London date

Canadian duo to hit the capital in February

Japandroids announce spring 2010 London date
Japandroids have announced a London show in February 2010.

Playing ICA on February 23, the Canadian garage-rockers will also be visiting Brighton's The Freebutt on February 22.

About to head out on a UK tour with A Place To Bury Strangers, the band will be supporting the Brooklyn band throughout November before embarking on a tour of North America.

With further dates expected to be added to their February tour, the duo will be playing in support of their debut album 'Post-Nothing' which was released earlier this year.

Japandroids will play the following:

Brighton The Freebutt (February 22)
London ICA (23)


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