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Primal Scream play their first UK gigs for two years in March next year.

They start their world tour in Singapore on January 20 then play Australia's Big Day Out festivals as well as some other headliners there and in Japan.

Supports have yet to be confirmed, but DJ on the show will be collaboratorDavid Holmes.

The dates are at:

Edinburgh Corn Exchange (March 13) Manchester Ritz (14) London Hammersmith Palais (15)

Primal Scream will also be dj-ing at the Satpal Ram Benefit at the London Cross Scala Kings on Monday November 22, alongside Asian Dub Foundation, Daddy G from Massive Attack, Richard Norris, Kris Needs, Annie Nightingale, and a live set from Invasian.

Tickets for the Primal Scream shows are not on sale until November 22 but will be available through the Virgin Cola Ticketshop on 0870 1 663 663. Calls are charged at national standard rate. Online booking will be available soon.

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