Maps heads out on UK tour

The hotly-tipped act also unveils debut album details

Maps heads out on UK tour
Maps has unveiled details of a UK tour ahead of the release of his debut album.

The hotly-tipped act, real name James Chapman, will be joined by a four-piece band on the nine-date jaunt, which kicks off in Cambridge on February 9.

The dates are:

Cambridge Junction (February 9)
Manchester Night And Day (11)
Nottingham The Social (12)
Leeds Brudenell Social (12)
Glasgow Nice N’ Sleazy (16)
Cardiff Callaghans (24)
Southampton Joiners (26)
Bristol Thekla (27)
London Hammersmith Palais (March 2 - with Jamie T)
London Scala (March 6 - with The Earlies)

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

The album, called 'We Can Create', follows in early May.

The tracklisting is:

‘So Low, So High’
‘You Don’t Know Her Name’
‘It Will Find You’
‘Glory Verse’
‘Liquid Sugar’
‘To The Sky’
‘Back And Forth’
‘Lost My Soul’
‘Don’t Fear’
‘When You Leave’

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