Lostprophets announce arena tour

There’s a new single on the way too

Lostprophets announce arena tour
Lostprophets have announced details of a UK arena tour.

The band are set to play four big dates across the UK, beginning on April 18 at Glasgow's SECC.

They will play:

Glasgow SECC (April 18)
Manchester MEN (19)
Birmingham NIA Academy (20)
London Wembley Arena (22)

To check ticket availability and get the latest listings go to NME.COM, now.

The Welsh metallers are set to release their new single ’4am Forever’ on April 23. The CD version will be backed by ’Every Song’.

There will be two limited edition seven-inch singles - one will feature the demo for ’Never Know’, and the other will feature an etched clock face.

As well as playing the Carling Weekend: Reading And Leeds festivals, the band will headline the Full Ponty Festival in Pontypridd on May 26.

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