Los Campesinos! announce UK tour and give away free download - ticket details

Welsh band preview their new album 'Hello Sadness' with 'By Your Hand'

Los Campesinos! announce UK tour and give away free download - ticket details

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Los Campesinos! have announced a five date UK tour for November.

The Welsh band, who release their fourth album 'Hello Sadness' on November 14, will play five UK shows on the trek. These begin at London's Kings College Students Union on November 7 and run until November 11 when the band headline Leeds venue The Cockpit.

The band have also posted the opening track from 'Hello Sadness' as a free download. You can get 'By Your Hand' without charge from Loscampesinos.com/blog and you can also hear the track by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

'Hello Sadness' is the follow-up to their 2010 third album 'Romance Is Boring'.

Los Campesinos! will play:

London Kings College Students Union (November 7)
Brighton Haunt (8)
Cardiff Globe (9)
Glasgow Oran Mor (10)
Leeds Cockpit (11)

To check the availability of Los Campesinos tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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