SLINT TO PLAY SECOND LONDON SHOW

The band announce a new date after selling out the first one...

SLINT TO PLAY SECOND LONDON SHOW
Reformed US indie rockers SLINT have announced details of a second LONDON show after selling out the first night.


The band had already decided to reform for the first time in 13 years to perform at this year’s All Tomorrow’s Parties. The US quartet will be playing and organising the UK festival at Camber Sands Holiday Centre, East Sussex on February 25-27.


They will now follow that show with two performances at the Forum. The already announced March 1 date is sold out, and now Slint will play another show the following night at the same venue.


Tickets are on sale now - click here or call the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663.


The band split soon after the release of their second album, the acclaimed 'Spiderland', in 1991. But they decided to make a special return for the festival weekend.

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