Parquet Courts announce 2014 UK dates

US band will perform in Brighton, Manchester and London in February

Parquet Courts announce 2014 UK dates

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Parquet Courts have announced a short run of UK gigs in February 2014.

The Brooklyn-based band will play three shows in England, taking place in Brighton, Manchester and London from February 14 to 16 next year.

Parquet Courts will play:

Brighton? Concorde 2 (February 14)
Manchester Academy (15)
London Electric Ballroom (16)


Parquet Courts issued the 'Tally The Things You Broke' EP on October 7. Released via What's Your Rupture?, the five-track EP includes 'The More It Works', which the band have been playing live at recent gigs, including appearances at this year's Reading & Leeds Festivals.

The 'Tally All the Things That You Broke EP' tracklisting is:

'You’ve Got Me Wonderin' Now'
'Descend (The Way)'
'The More It Works'
'Fall on Yr Face'
'He’s Seein’ Paths'




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