Mercury Rev announce UK and Irish tour

Band will hit the road in November

Mercury Rev announce UK and Irish tour
Mercury Rev have announced details of a UK and Irish tour set to begin in Dublin on November 2.

The ten-date tour is likely to see the band play songs from their forthcoming new album, 'Snowflake Midnight', which is released on September 29.

The band will release an accompanying album, 'Strange Attractor', as a free download to those on their mailing list on the same day.

Mercury Rev will play:

Dublin Vicar Street (November 2)
Belfast Mandela Hall (4)
Manchester Academy (5)
Leeds Academy (6)
Birmingham Academy (7)
Newcastle Academy (9)
Brighton Corn Exchange (11)
Bristol Academy (12)
London Shepherds Bush Empire (13)
Oxford Academy (14)


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