The Datsuns announce UK dates for August – ticket details

The New Zealand band to play four UK shows

The Datsuns announce UK dates for August – ticket details
The Datsuns have announced their return with a handful of UK club shows set for this August.

The band will start their mini-tour on August 3 at Birmingham’s Rainbow, following it up with dates at Glasgow King Tut's Wah Wah Hut the next day, and then Manchester Roadhouse, before ending up at the London Borderline on August 6.

The band are currently working on the follow-up to their 2008 album ‘Headstunts’. The New Zealand act’s fifth album is due for release towards the end of the year. The untitled LP was recorded in Stockholm by Nicke Andersson of the Hellacopters.

The Datsuns play:

Birmingham Rainbow (August 3)
Glasgow King Tut’s (4)
Manchester Roadhouse (5)
London Borderline (6)

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