Stereophonics reveal November arena tour plans – ticket details

The band follow the release of 'Graffiti On The Train' with 12 huge UK shows

Stereophonics reveal November arena tour plans – ticket details

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Stereophonics are set to embark on an arena tour of the UK this autumn.

The band will play 12 dates in November, starting at Glasgow's Hydro Arena on November 8, before winding up at London's O2 Arena on November 28.

The dates follow the recent release of the band’s new album 'Graffiti On The Train'. Stereophonics singer Kelly Jones revealed that the album track 'Been Caught Cheating' was originally intended for Amy Winehouse.

In an interview with the Daily Star, Jones said that he had penned the lyrics to the track with the late singer in mind and that she was eager for him to send her the song.

He said: "We got talking about songwriting and Amy was up for me sending her this song, but I never got round to it. I thought it was too bluesy for Stereophonics to play but it's come out really raw and tough."

Stereophonics will play:

Glasgow Hydro Arena (November 8)
Aberdeen AECC (9)
Manchester Arena (14)
Leeds Arena (15)
Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (16)
Nottingham Capital FM Arena (18)
Birmingham LG Arena (19)
Brighton Centre (21)
Bournemouth International Centre (22)
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena(24)
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena (25)
London O2 Arena (28)


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