The sample-heavy popsters play another show in London due to huge demand...

THE AVALANCHES have added an additional LONDON date to their forthcoming tour, after the first night (August 8) sold out almost immediately.

The band, who are set to score a Top 20 hit in the UK this coming Sunday (July 15) with 'Frontier Psychiatrist', will now play the Electric Ballroom on August 22.

The band's full UK and Ireland tour now runs
Witnness Festival, Ireland, (August 5)
Concorde, Brighton, (7)
Electric Ballroom, London (8)
Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh (Part of T on the Fringe) (15)
Arches, Glasgow, (16)
V2001 Festival, Staffordshire/Chelmsford, (18/19)
Electric Ballroom, London, (22)
Creamfields Festival, Liverpool, (25)

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