Stereophonics announce Best Of album and arena tour

Welsh band will head out on UK jaunt in December

Stereophonics announce Best Of album and arena tour
Stereophonics have announced details of a forthcoming 'Best Of' album and UK arena tour.

The Welsh band will release 'Decade In The Sun: The Best Of Stereophonics' on November 17 and begin the arena jaunt in Glasgow on December 2.

The album will feature 20 songs spanning the band's career, including two new tracks - 'You're My Star' and 'My Own Worst Enemy'.

The tracklisting will be:

'Dakota'
'Bartender And The Thief'
'Just Looking'
'Have A Nice Day'
'Local Boy In The Photograph'
'Maybe Tomorrow'
'Superman'
'I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio'
'My Own Worst Enemy'
'Pick A Part That's New'
'You're My Star'
'Mr Writer'
'Step On My Old Size Nines'
'Devil'
'It Means Nothing'
'A Thousand Trees'
'Vegas Two Times'
'Traffic'
'More Life In A Tramps Vest'
'Handbags And Gladrags'


A deluxe two-CD edition will feature a disc comprising additional singles and rarities, plus a DVD featuring all the band's music videos.

Tickets for the tour go on sale Thursday (August 14) at 9am (BST).

Stereophonics will play:

Glasgow SECC (December 2)
Aberdeen AECC (4)
Cardiff International Arena (6)
Liverpool Echo Arena (9)
Manchester MEN Arena (10)
Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (12)
Nottingham Trent Arena (13)
Birmingham NIA (15)
Brighton Centre (16)
Bournemouth International Centre (17)
Sheffield Arena (19)
London O2 Arena (20)


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

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