Sleigh Bells announce UK and Ireland tour – ticket details

Band will showcase new album 'Reign Of Terror' in late February

Sleigh Bells announce UK and Ireland tour – ticket details

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Sleigh Bells have announced a UK and Ireland tour for next month.

The duo, who release their second album 'Reign Of Terror' on February 14, will play four shows in late February and early March.

The gigs begin at Dublin Academy on February 27 and run until March 2, when the band headline Manchester's Sound Control venue.

'Reign Of Terror' is the band's follow-up to their debut 'Treats' and contains a total of 11 tracks. The band debuted the album's first single 'Comeback Kid' yesterday (January 17).

You can hear the track by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and click to listen. The album also contains 'Born To Lose', which debuted online earlier this month.

Sleigh Bells will play:

Dublin Academy (February 27)
Glasgow Oran Mor (28)
London Electric Ballroom (March 1)
Manchester Sound Control (2)


To check the availability of Sleigh Bells tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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