New Young Pony Club announce London warm-up show

The group will play Madame Jojo's on February 9

New Young Pony Club announce London warm-up show
New Young Pony Club have announced details of a London warm-up show at Madame Jojo's on February 9.

Expected to showcase tracks from their forthcoming album, 'The Optimist', the band will then embark on a UK tour in March.

Prior to the tour, the band are also set to play a Shockwaves NME Awards Show at the London O2 Academy Islington on February 22.

As previously reported, New Young Pony club were set to release their second album 'The Optimist' on March 1, but now the release date has been put back a week to March 8.

New Young Pony Club will play:

London Madame Jojo's (February 9)
London O2 Academy Islington (22)
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (March 15)
Birmingham Academy 2 (16)
Bristol The Thekla (17)
Oxford Academy 2 (18)
Manchester Moho Live (20)
Leeds Cockpit 2 (21)
Nottingham Stealth (22)
Glasgow King Tuts (23)
Newcastle Academy 2 (25)
Liverpool Korova (26)
Cambridge Junction 2 (27)

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

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