KILLERS RESCHEDULE UK TOUR

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VEGAS four-piece THE KILLERS have been forced to reschedule dates on their forthcoming UK tour due to increased commitments.


The group, who will release their debut album 'Hot Fuss' on June 7, precede it with the re-release of the previously deleted 'Mr Brightside' on May 24.


The band, scheduled to play at California's Coachella festival, will also play at Glastonbury.


The rescheduled tour dates are:
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (May 23)
Bristol Fleece & Firkin (25)
Liverpool Academy (26)
Leeds Cockpit (27)
Manchester University (28)
Birmingham Academy 2 (29)
York Fibbers (30)
Glasgow King Tuts (31)
Nottingham Rescue Rooms (June 2)
London Mean Fiddler (3)
Oxford Zodiac (6)
Brighton Zap Club (7)
Reading Fez (8)


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