January 20, 2010 12:33

Kings Of Leon signings The Features announce UK tour and ticket details

Jared Followill showers praise on Tennessee band The Features

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Kings Of Leon's first signing to their Serpents And Snakes record label The Features have announced their first UK tour in four years.

The band, who release new album 'Some Kind Of Salvation' on February 22 via the Followills' new label, head to the UK the same month, with the dates including a Club NME show at London's KOKO on February 12.

They return to the UK again to play more shows in April.

Kings Of Leon's Jared Followill said the decision to sign The Features to Serpents And Snakes was an easy one for the band to make.

"We've been long-time supporters of The Features, they're one of the best undiscovered bands in the world," he explained, adding that Kings Of Leon were "excited" about releasing 'Some Kind Of Salvation'.

The tracklisting for 'Some Kind Of Salvation' is:

'Whatever Gets You By'
'The Drawing Board'
'Foundation's Cracked'
'The Temporary Blues'
'Wooden Heart'
'The Gates Of Hell'
'Still Lost'
'Baby's Hammer'
'Off Track'
'All I Ask'

The Features play:

London Water Rats (February 10)
London Club NME @ Koko, London (12)
London Be @ Proud Gallery, London (13)
London Barfly (April 19)
Birmingham Hare & Hounds (20)
Glasgow Glasgow (21)
Manchester Roadhouse (22)

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

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