Reunited My Vitriol confirm show

Band end hiatus with London gig

Reunited My Vitriol confirm show
The reunited My Vitriol are set to play their only European show this year in London.

The band will hit KOKO on November 24, with The Cinematics and Pure Reason Revolution in support. See Koko.uk.com for more information.

My Vitriol announced they were going on hiatus in 2002 after touring their debut album. Since then they have only played a secret fan show in January 2005.

For more information on the band’s return see Myspace.com/MyVitriol.

The gig takes place on the same night that Blood Red Shoes play Club NME, and tickets for My Vitriol’s show will include entry into both events

For ticket availability go to NME.COM/Gigs

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