MGMT announce new UK tour

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MGMT have announced details of a new UK and Irish tour.

Beginning in Cardiff on May 5, the duo will hit the road in support of their debut album 'Oracular Spectacular' released today (March 10).

MGMT play:

Cardiff Great Hall (May 5)
Glasgow ABC (6)
Dublin Academy (7)
Edinburgh Liquid Rooms (9)
Newcastle Academy 2 (10)
Birmingham Academy 2 (12)
Brighton Digital (19)
Manchester Academy 2 (20)
London Astoria (21)
Leeds Cockpit (22)


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