September 11, 2004 9:30


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Kings Of Leon have announced more headline UK live dates for next month, NME.COM can exclusively reveal.

Following the success of their summer festival appearances at Glastonbury and V Festivals, the Followills will be returning to these shores to treat fans to tracks from their forthcoming second album ’A-Ha Shake Heartbreak’.

In addition to two dates in London and Brighton, three extra dates have been confirmed.

Kings Of Leon will play:
Norwich UEA (October 22)
Newcastle Northumbria University (27)
Liverpool University (28)
London Kentish Town Forum (30)
Brighton Dome (November 2)

For ticket availability, click here or call the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663.

As previously reported on NME.COM, ’A-Ha Shake Heartbreak’ is set for release on November 1, and will be preceded by a single ’The Bucket’ on October 25, following 2003’s debut ’Youth And Young Manhood’.

Recorded with producer Ethan Johns, songs set to appear on the album include ’Pistol Of Fire’, ’Milk’, ’Soft’, ’Razz’ and ’King Of Rodeo’.

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