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PRIMAL SCREAM have added an extra LONDON date to their January UK tour.

In addition to the dates already announced, they also play at revamped London venue the Coronet in Elephant and Castle on January 24.

Recently re-opened and refurbished, the former cinema also played host to the first ever public performance from Charlie Chaplin. It has recently proved a favourite for bands wanting to play more intimate shows on bigger tours, with both Blur [a][/a] doing just that only this weekend.

Primal Scream are touring the UK in support of their ‘Dirty Hits’ compilation. The revised dates are as follows:

Glasgow Academy (January 17)
Manchester Apollo (18)
Birmingham Academy (20)
Southampton Guildhall (21)
London Hammersmith Apollo (23)
London Coronet (24)

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