The Fratellis announce comeback album and autumn tour – ticket details

The band release their third LP 'We Need Medicine' on October 7

The Fratellis announce comeback album and autumn tour – ticket details
The Fratellis are set to release their comeback album, 'We Need Medicine', on October 7.

The album will be trailed by the single 'Seven Nights Seven Days' on September 29 and followed by a 10-date tour of the UK, which will take place this November. The album comes after 2008's 'Here We Stand' and 2006's 'Costello Music'. The new 11-track LP was recorded in Glasgow and produced by Jon Fratelli and Stuart McCredie.

The tour follows a performance at this summer's T In The Park festival, and kicks off at Bournemouth O2 Academy on November 17, with shows in Lincoln, Leeds, Norwich, Preston, Margate, London, Wolverhampton and Manchester, coming to a close at Glasgow's O2 Academy on November 29. Tickets go on sale August 2.

The Fratellis play:

Bournemouth O2 Academy (November 17)
Lincoln Engine Shed (18)
Leeds O2 Academy (19)
Norwich UEA (20)
Preston 53 Degrees (22)
Margate Winter Gardens (23)
London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire (24)
Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall (26)
Manchester Academy (27)
Glasgow O2 Academy (29)


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