The chill-out duo take their sample-laden new album '64-95' to the masses...

Lemon Jelly have added an extra date to their forthcoming UK tour.

The duo will play London Brixton Academy on March 11, having sold out their show at Kentish Town Forum the night before.

The full tour dates are:

Belfast Mandela Hall (February 27)

Gateshead Sage Arena (28)

Isle Of St KIlda Village Hall (29)

Manchester Academy (March 2)

Sheffield Octagon (3)

Cambridge Corn Exchange (4)

Edinburgh Usher Hall (5)

Brighton Dome (7)

Birmingham Academy (8)

Bristol Academy (9)

London Brixton Academy (March 11)

London Forum (12)

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

[a][/a] release their new album '64-95' on January31. It's preceded by a single, 'The Shouty Track', on January 24.

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