TAYLOR MADE FOR BRIXTON

There's also an update on the band's work with Massive Attack...

DANDY WARHOLS will return to the UK in June for a one-off live show and new single, NME.COM can reveal.

The band, who this weekend (March 24, 25) played two dates at the London Astoria, will perform at the London Brixton Academy on June 29. Tickets for the show are priced £12.50.

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The band hope the show will coincide with a new single. It is understood that a Massive Attack remix of ‘Godless’ is the likely choice, although this could not be officially confirmed.

The band retain strong links with Massive Attack. The pair met in the UK last summer and have also collaborated on a new track which has a working title of ‘House Of Yes’.

Speaking previously, vocalist Courtney Taylor said that he “hung out in Bristol and ended up cutting a track with the groundbreaking electronic artists”. He was so impressed that he is considering a “new direction” for their next record.

It is also rumoured that the band will enlist Massive Attack to produce their new album, although it is unclear how far this has progressed.