Phoenix announce April UK date

Band will play London's Shepherd's Bush Empire in support of new album 'Bankrupt!'

Phoenix announce April UK date

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Phoenix have announced their first UK date in support of their new album 'Bankrupt'.

The French rockers will play London's Shepherd's Bush Empire on April 22 in support of 'Bankrupt!', which is set for release on the same day. The album is the band's fifth LP and the follow-up to the their 2009 album 'Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix'.

The tracklisting for 'Bankrupt' is:

'Entertainment'
'The Real Thing'
'SOS In Bel Air'
'Trying To Be Cool'
'Bankrupt!'
'Drakkar Noir'
'Chlorophorm'
'Don't'
'Bourgeois'
'Oblique City'


Phoenix are among the latest additions to T In The Park 2013, alongside Foals and Kendrick Lamar. The band will also headline this April's Coachella Valley Festival of Music and Arts in California, and also play the Rock am Ring and Rock im Park festivals in Germany, which take place from July 7-9.

Tickets for Phoenix's London show will be available on pre-sale via the band's website from Wednesday (March 13). They will go on general sale on Friday (March 15). 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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