Ex-Oasis member Zak Starkey hits the road for club tour

The Twang are also set to join Pengu!ns on whistlestop jaunt

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Former Oasis drummer Zak Starkey is set to hit the road for a whistlestop UK tour with his new band Pengu!ns next month.

The band will perform at Edinburgh Sound Caves on October 7 before heading on to Manchester Sound Control on October 22 and London's Vibe Bar on the 28 as London's celebrated This Feeling club night hits the road.

Joining the band on all three dates are Dexters, while The Stagger Rats and Modern Faces will perform in Edinburgh and London. The Twang will be on the decks, joining Pengu!ns for their Manchester date along with The Rain Band and The Janice Graham Band.

All three nights will also feature a DJ set from NME's Hamish MacBain.

For more go to Thisfeeling.co.uk/club for more information and tickets.

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