Laura Marling announces UK tour

She'll also be heading to the US with Johnny Flynn

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Laura Marling has announced details of a new UK tour this November.

The dates will be dubbed 'The Night Terror Tour'.

The singer will play:

Glasgow Arts School (01 November)
Leeds Brudenell (02)
Nottingham Rescue Rooms (04)
Portsmouth Wedgewood (05)
Bristol Trinity Arts Centre (07)
Manchester Club Academy (08)
Birmingham Glee Club (09)
London Scala (11)

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Marling is also appearing at Bestival (September 5) and the End Of The Road Festival (September 12).

In addition to the UK dates, Marling is heading to the US and Canada alongside Johnny Flynn and Mumford and Sons in September.

The three acts will play the 'Fee Fie Foe Fum Tour', calling at:

Massachusetts ICC Church (September 13)
New York Bowery Ballroom (15)
Philadelphia Side Chapel @ First Unitarian Church (17)
Virginia Birchmere (18)
Chicago Bottom Lounge (20)
Minneapolis The 400 Bar (21)
Colorado The Falcon (23)
Los Angeles The Hotel Cafe (26)
San Francisco Cafe du Nord (28)
Portland Lola’s (30)
Seattle Tractor Tavern (October 1)
Montreal O Patro Vys (3)
Toronto Rivoli (4)

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