The Jesus And Mary Chain add dates to US tour

Veteran rockers also ready first new song in a decade

The Jesus And Mary Chain add dates to US tour
The Jesus And Mary Chain have added two dates to their autumn tour of North America.

The veteran rockers have announced they are to play in San Diego, California on October 24, and Denver, Colorado on October 28.

They've also announced that Black Rebel Motorcycle Club will support them in Los Angeles on October 23.

Meanwhile, the band are preparing to release a new single - their first in almost a decade. 'All Things Must Pass' is set for release in January 2008, and will be featured on the soundtrack to the NBC television programme 'Heroes'.

The tour dates are:

Las Vegas House Of Blues (October 20)
Anaheim House Of Blues (22)
Los Angeles Wiltern Theatre (23)
San Diego 4th & B (24)
San Francisco Fillmore (26, 27)
Denver Fillmore Auditorium (28)

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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