Neon Neon announce UK tour

Nationwide Mercury Music Prize nominees set for new jaunt

Neon Neon announce UK tour
Neon Neon – who have been nominated for this year's Nationwide Mercury Music Prize for their debut album, 'Stainless Style' – have announced details of a new UK tour.

The band – comprised of Super Furry Animals' Gruff Rhys and producer/solo artist Boom Bip – will begin the tour at the Bristol Trinity Church.

The band's live show typically includes Har Mar Superstar as a guest vocalist and Cate Le Bon on keytar.

Tickets are available now.

Neon Neon will play:

Bristol Trinity Church (October 28)
London Koko (29)
Brighton Digital (30)
Leeds Brudenell Social Club (November 1)
Cardiff Millennium Centre (2)
Dublin Tripod (4)
Belfast Stiff Kitten (5)
Glasgow Oran Mor (6)
Gateshead Sage 2 (7)
Manchester Ruby Lounge (9)
Birmingham Glee Club (10)

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

Watch footage of Neon Neon performing 'Trick For Treat' at Glastonbury earlier this year by clicking on the video below.

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