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FKA Twigs announces autumn UK tour dates

Details of six gigs in October confirmed

FKA Twigs announces autumn UK tour dates

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FKA Twigs has revealed details of her biggest UK shows to date.

Having released her debut album 'LP1' this week (August 11), Twigs will play six British gigs as part of a wider European tour. Starting in Brighton at The Dome on October 2, the tour will then take in Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and London before ending in Bristol on October 9.

'LP1' was released this week via Young Turks (The xx, SBTRKT). The album includes the single 'Two Weeks' plus 'Pendulum', produced by Paul Epworth (Adele, Bloc Party). Dev Hynes and Clams Casino were also involved in production of the record.

FKA Twigs will play:

Brighton, The Dome (October 2)
Birmingham, The Library (3)
Manchester, RNCM Theatre (4)
Glasgow, Oran Mor (6)
London, Hackney Empire (8)
Bristol, Trinity (9)


To check the availability of FKA Twigs tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.

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