The Kooks look to new talent for UK tour

Brighton's finest pick new band for September dates

The Kooks look to new talent for UK tour
Larrikin Love have been announced as the main support act on the The Kooks forthcoming UK tour.

The band will be joining the Brighton four-piece on their 17 date sold-out jaunt which kicks off in Nottingham on September 26.

Larrikin Love will release their debut album 'The Freedom Spark' on September 25 after new single 'Happy As Annie' is unleashed on September 11.

Before that the band will be appearing at the Carling Weekend: Reading and Leeds Festivals on the weekend of August 25-27.

The dates are:

Nottingham Rock City (September 26)
Bristol Academy (27)
Brighton Dome (28)
Southampton Guildhall (30)
Norwich UEA (October 1)
Newcastle Academy (2)
Leeds University (3)
Sheffield Octagon (5)
Manchester Academy (6-7)
Exeter University (9)
Cardiff University (10)
Birmingham Academy (11)
Cambridge Corn Exchange (13)
Glasgow Barrowlands (14)
Aberdeen Music Hall (15)
London Forum (17)

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