The Drums to play London, Manchester and Glasgow as part of European tour

Band will hit the road in November

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The Drums have announced a European tour, including gigs in London, Manchester and Glasgow.

The band will play live throughout November, arriving in the UK for a gig at the Scala in London on November 18. The following day they will play Gorilla in Manchester before moving on to Glasgow and the Art School on November 20.

The band, now solely consisting of founding members Jonny Pierce and Jacob Graham, will release their third album 'Encyclopedia' later this year. A video previewing the album can be seen below, featuring the songs 'Kiss Me Again', 'I Hope Time Doesn't Change Him', 'Let Me' and 'Magic Mountain'.

The Drums played a short set on the rooftop bar of the Novotel Hotel, New York in July, the day after they revealed their new single, 'Magic Mountain'.

The Drums will play:

Amsterdam Paradiso Noord (November 12)
Berlin Fraanz (13)
Hamburg Molotow (14)
Brussels VK (15)
Paris Trabendo (17)
London Scala (18)
Manchester Gorilla (19)
Glasgow Art School (20)
Madrid Arena (22)
Barcelona Razzmataz (23)


Tickets are available from Friday, August 8. To check the availability of The Drums tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.


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