September 21, 2007 10:36

Sons And Daughters announce UK tour

Band set out to support new single release

Sons And Daughters announce UK tour
Sons & Daughters have announced they are to set out on a nationwide tour in November.

The tour will begin in Northampton on November 1, ending up in Glasgow on December 6.

The announcement coincides with the confirmation of the band's new single 'Gilt Complex', to be released on October 29.

The tour dates are as follows:

Northampton Soundhaus (November 1)
Nottingham Social (2)
Birmingham Bar Academy (3)
Leicester Charlotte (4)
Brighton Pressure Point (6)
Oxford Zodiac (7)
Southampton Joiners (8)
Cardiff Swn Fest @ Barfly (9)
Plymouth Hub (10)
Cambridge Graduate (12)
Bristol Louisiana (13)
Wolverhampton Little Civic (14)
Wrexham Central Station (15)
Liverpool Academy 2 (17)
Derby Clubroom (18)
Leeds Cockpit (19)
London Islington Carling Academy (21)
Southend Chinnery’s (22)
Norwich Arts Centre (23)
Manchester Night & Day (24)
Sheffield Plug (26)
York Fibbers (27)
Hull Lamp (28)
Newcastle Other Rooms (30)
Carlisle Brick Yard (December 1)
Edinburgh Cabaret Voltaire (2)
Dundee Fat Sam’s (3)
Aberdeen Moshulu (5)
Glasgow Grand Ole Oprey (6)


To check ticket availability and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS, now.

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