The Kills announce live return

The band will play their own shows as well as supporting Arctic Monkeys, Jack White, The Black Keys and Queens of the Stone Age

The Kills announce live return

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The Kills have announced further live shows for summer 2014.

As well as support slots for Jack White, Queens of the Stone Age, The Black Keys and Arctic Monkeys, the band will also play a series of dates in north America, Canada and Mexico. They have also been confirmed for New York's Governors Ball and the Field Trip Festival in Toronto.

The band are currently working on their fifth album, the follow-up to 2011's 'Blood Pressures', although no title or release date has been set yet.

Outside the band, Jamie Hince will premiere a photo exhibition called Echo Home in New York next month, meanwhile Alison Mosshart recently contributed paintings a show in New York called Push It in Chelsea.

The Kills will play:

The Cannery Ballroom, Nashville, TN (May 30)
House of Blues, New Orleans, LA (31)
Free Press Summer Festival, Houston, TX (June 1)
Cavaret, Guadalajara, Mexico (3)
Jose Cuervo Salon, Mexico City, Mexico (4)
Olympia, Montreal, Quebec (6)
Field Trip Festival, Toronto, Ontario (7)
Governors Ball Festival, New York (8)
Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin (26) (With Jack White)
Paradise Rock Club, Boston, MA (July 8)
Festival d’été de Québec, Québec City, Quebec (10) (With Queens of the Stone Age)
Arènes de Nîmes, Nimes, France (15) (With The Black Keys)
Castello Scaligero, Villafranca di Verona, Italy (17) (With Arctic Monkeys)
Piazza Duomo, Pistoia, Italy (17) (With Arctic Monkeys)
Super Bock Festival, Sesimbra, Portugal (19)

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