October 8, 2006 16:00

Jet announce new single

Plus they kick off UK

Jet announce new single
Jet are set to release their new single ’Bring It On Back’ on November 20.

The single will include three new tracks - ’Janie Jones’, ’Where Are All My Good Friends?’ and ’I Only Like You When I’m High’, the three tracks were recorded in Barbados.

The band are set to return to the UK next week to begin their sold out tour.

They are set to play:

Birmingham Barfly (October 13)
London Barfly (26)
Newcastle Academy (November 1)
Glasgow Barrowlands (3)
Manchester Academy (4)
Birmingham Academy (5)
London Brixton Academy (7,8)


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