The Icelandic band add dates in Brighton and Leeds...

SIGUR ROS have added two more UK dates to their ever-expanding European tour.

As previously revealed on NME.COM, the Icelandic band will tour extensively across mainland Europe throughout April, before ending with a one-off London show at the Shepherd's Bush Empire (24).

The band have now added dates at Brighton St George's Church (April 21) and Leeds City Varieties Hall (23). A Dublin show on April 26 is also being planned, although final details have not been confirmed.

Sigur Ros will now play: Amsterdam Paradiso (April 1)
Paris Bataclan (2)
Lyon Transbordeur (4)
Montpellier Victoire (5)
Barcelona Teatre de L'alianca del Poble Nou (7)
Lisbon CCB (9)
Madrid Arena (10)
Milan Teatro de la Herbe (12)
Vienna Szene (13)
Prague Palac Akropolis (14)
Berlin Columbiafritz (16)
Hamburg Kampnagel (17)
Frankfurt Dreikonigskirche (18)
Bourges Festival (19)
Brighton St Georges Church (21)
Leeds City Variety's Hall (23)
London Shepherd's Bush Empire (24)
Dublin (tba) (26)

Following the dates, the band will fly out to the US with a string quartet, where they will start their first ever American tour.

The band also plans to start recording the follow-up to 'Agaetis Byrjun' in their native Reykjavik later in the year.

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