The Coral to embark on UK DJ tour - ticket details

The Maggot from Goldie Lookin Chain and Howard Marks will also perform

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Members of The Coral are to embark on a series of UK DJ tour dates.

Keyboardist Nick Power has lined up seven shows behind the decks kicking off at London's Queen Of Hoxton tomorrow (March 10) before wrapping up at Liverpool Magnet on May 6.

The gigs are part of the London club night This Feeling which is now going national with nights also launching in Manchester and Dunfermline.

NME's Hamish Macbain will be DJing on the opening night while Howard Marks will also make a one-off appearance for a DJ set at the capital's Queen Of Hoxton on April 14 as will The Maggot from Goldie Lookin Chain.

Other acts on the tour across the country include the Janice Graham Band, The Sundowners, SULK and The Draymin.

For more information go Thisfeeling.co.uk.

The Coral have been quiet in recent months, wrapping up their last UK date at the Cropredy Festival in the summer of 2011.

They will play:

London Queen Of Hoxton (March 10)
Sheffield Leadmill (15)
Manchester FAC251 (16)
Dunfermline PJ Malloy's (30)
Glasgow Chambre 69 (31)
London Queen Of Hoxton (April 14)
Liverpool Magnet (May 6)

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