Phoenix announce London Roundhouse date and ticket details

French band head to the UK after Grammy nomination

Phoenix announce London Roundhouse date and ticket details
Phoenix have announced a new London gig to take place next year.

The Versailles band play London's Roundhouse venue on March 29. Tickets for the gig are available to buy now.

The news follows news that the band have been nominated for a Grammy award.

Their 'Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix' album is up for the Best Alternative Music Album at the January 31 ceremony, against Yeah Yeah Yeahs ('It's Blitz!'), Depeche Mode ('Sounds Of The Universe'), David Byrne and Brian Eno ('Everything That Happens Will Happen Today') and Death Cab For Cutie ('The Open Door').

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

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