Metronomy announce December UK tour

The band will play Glasgow, London and Manchester on the stretch

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Metronomy have announced details of a December 2014 UK tour.

The band will play three dates on the stretch – Glasgow, London and Manchester – in support of their recently released fourth album 'Love Letters'.

The dates will come after a busy festival season for the band – who played two slots at Glastonbury at the end of last month and also headlined London's Field Day festival.

The band's frontman Joe Mount recently hit out at government to cuts arts funding. In the video interview, which you can watch below, frontman Joe Mount also spoke about how his label has benefited from Trade Minister Lord Livingston's Music Export Growth Scheme.

Metronomy will play:

Glasgow Academy (December 4)
London Alexandra Palace (5)
Manchester Albert Hall (6)


Tickets go onsale on Friday (July 11) at 9am. To check the availability of Metronomy tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765.

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