[a]Looper[/a] go round the country

Looper, the band formed by Belle & Sebastian bass player Stuart David and his wife Karn and brother Ronnie Black, have announced a few Irish gigs and a bookshop appearance in addition to the previously announced record shop shows.

The dates are now as follows

Brighton Borders Bookstore (2 pm March 7 - advance tickets are free and available from Monday, February 22 onwards; call 01273 731122) London Rough Trade Shop (6 pm March 9 - advance tickets free, available now 0171 229 8541) Manchester Piccadilly Records (6.30pm March 10 - advance tickets free, available soon 0161 839 8008) Glasgow Missing Records (5pm March 11 - just turn up) Edinburgh Avalanche Records (5pm March 12 - just turn up) Belfast Morrison's Bar (19) Dublin Whelan's Bar (20)

Support on the two Irish dates comes from Salako.

Their single 'The Ballad Of Ray Suzuki' is released on Monday, February 22 and is followed by the album 'Up A Tree' on March 9.

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