January 10, 2012 10:46

Radiohead announce new tour to coincide with festival dates

Band plot four more shows for the summer in the US and Taiwan

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Radiohead have announced further live dates to coincide with their headline appearance at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

The band have already announced 10 US tour dates for February and March and have now added three further US dates and a show in Taiwan to their schedule.

The new shows added are in San Jose, Seattle and Santa Barbara in April and at Nanang Exhibition Hall in Taipei, Taiwan on July 25.

Radiohead are also confirmed to headline Portugal's Optimus Alive festival, which is set to take place between July 12 – 15 in Lisbon and Spain's Bilbao BBK festival, which takes place between July 12 – 14.

The band are expected to confirm UK and more European dates in the coming weeks, but are yet to say when this will be. Guitarist Ed O'Brien has previously hinted that the band will play arena shows in the UK rather than festival dates.

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