February 25, 2008 15:31

Los Campesinos! to play five London dates on new tour

The seven-piece also line up largest hometown show to date

Los Campesinos! to play five London dates on new tour
Los Campesinos! have announced an April tour in support of their debut album 'Hold On Now, Youngster'.

The dates see the Cardiff band play five London shows, including two at the Camden Crawl, as well as their biggest hometown show.

Los Campesinos! also play an underage matinee performance in Tunbridge Wells ahead of their evening performance.

The dates are as follows:

Cardiff Solus (April 10)
Tunbridge Wells Forum (11, matinee)
Tunbridge Wells Forum (11)
London LSE Afterskoolclub (12)
Norwich Waterfront (13)
London Brixton Windmill (14)
Jailhouse Hereford (16)
Bradford St Georges Hall (17)
London Camden Crawl (18, 19)
London Hoxton Bar & Grill (20)


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