The Antlers announce November UK tour

Brooklyn band set for seven shows this winter

The Antlers announce November UK tour

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The Antlers have confirmed details of a UK tour, which will take place this November.

The Brooklyn based band are set to play seven shows this winter in support of their new album ‘Burst Apart’, which will be released on June 13.

The band kick off their run of dates at Brighton Concorde 2 on November 8 before finishing up at Glasgow King Tuts on November 15.

The run will also take in an appearance at Leeds’ Constellations Festival on November 12, as well as their biggest UK headline show to date at London’s KOKO on November 10.

You can also listen to a stream of their fourth album 'Burst Apart' now on

The Antlers will play the following dates:

Brighton Concorde 2 (November 8)
Bristol Thekla (9)
London KOKO (10)
Birmingham Rainbow (11)
Leeds' Constellations Festival (12)
Manchester Soundcontrol (14)
Glasgow King Tuts (15)

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