The Naked and Famous announce live return with November UK dates

The New Zealand band are currently working on their second album

The Naked and Famous announce live return with November UK dates

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The Naked And Famous have announced a series of UK dates to take place in November.

The New Zealand band, who released their debut album 'Passive Me Aggressive You' in 2010, will play live in London, Glasgow, Bristol, Belfast, Manchester, Birmingham, Norwich and Dublin as part of a wider European tour later this year. Starting at the Ritz in Manchester on November 22, the UK leg of the tour will conclude in London on December 1. The five piece are currently recording their second album from their base in Los Angeles, California.

The Naked and Famous will play:

Manchester, Ritz, (November 21)
Birmingham, Institute (22)
Norwich, UE (23)
Dublin, Olympia (25)
Belfast, Limelight (26)
Glasgow, O2 ABC (27)
Bristol, O2 Academy (29)
Oxford, O2 Academy (30)
London, O2 Shepherds Bush Empire (December 2)


Tickets go onsale on Friday, May 29. To check the availability of The Naked and Famous tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765 .

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