Radiohead announce more dates for 'The King Of Limbs' world tour

Band schedule a second set of US dates for this summer

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Radiohead have announced more dates for their world tour in support of their latest album 'The King Of Limbs'.

The band, who scheduled a string of shows in New Zealand last week, will play a second set of US dates in May and June.

The new run of shows kick off on May 29 at the Concast Center in Massachusetts and runs until June 16 when the Oxford band will play Downsview Park in Toronto. The tour includes 11 new shows in total and will take place either side of the band's headline slot at Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee.

The band have also booked assorted European shows and festival appearances throughout the summer, including slots at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Fuji Rock Festival and Bilbao BBK Live festival. They have also added a new date in Germany at the Lanxess Arena in Cologne on October 15.

The band are expected to confirm UK dates in the next few weeks and have previously hinted that the band will play arena shows than outdoor dates. The band last toured the UK in 2008.

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