Midlake announce one-off London show

Texan band will play at the Roundhouse on November 2

Midlake announce one-off London show
Midlake have announced details of a one-off London show.

Taking place at the Roundhouse in Camden on November 2, the show comes after the Texas-based group sold-out a number of shows on their upcoming UK tour.

Playing in support of their recently released album, 'The Courage Of Others', the band are about to play a series of UK dates, starting with a show in Bristol on February 12.

Midlake play:

Bristol, Anson Rooms (February 12)
Dublin, Vicar Street (14)
Glasgow, ABC (15)
Birmingham, Town Hall (16)
Manchester, Academy (17)
London, Shepherds Bush Empire (18)
London, Roundhouse (November 2)


Tickets for the November show go on sale this Friday (February 6), at 9am (GMT).

To check the availability of Midlake tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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