Miles Kane: 'I don't want to stop touring'

See behind-the-scenes at his recent O2 Academy Brixton gig

Miles Kane has said that he doesn't want to stop touring.

Speaking in a special video filmed at his headline show at London's O2 Academy Brixton earlier this month, he commented: "At the moment I just really sort of don't want to stop touring - I really enjoy it." Kane - who released his second LP, 'Don't Forget Who You Are', earlier this year - added of his recent UK tour: "Its been the most fun, comfortable, enjoyable, 'avin' it, maddest tour ever, really."

Watch the video above, which features behind-the-scenes footage, during which Kane compares the feeling of playing live to being a child on Christmas Eve. "It's like a feeling on Christmas Eve that you'd have as a kid, and you're in bed and you're dead excited because you want it to be Christmas and open your presents," he says.

Miles Kane recently announced plans for a matinee show at Liverpool's Eric's after his two intimate homecoming shows at the venue sold out in two minutes. Kane will play an extra afternoon 14+ show on December 7, alongside gigs in the evenings of December 6 and 7.

Miles Kane will play:

Liverpool Eric's (December 6)
Liverpool Eric's (7) - Matinee
Liverpool Eric's (7)


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