That didn’t take long…

Polyphonic Spree have confirmed that they will be performing at this year’s NOBEL PEACE PRIZE ceremony in OSLO.

The Texan collective are set to play two songs to a worldwide TV audience of over 50 million people on December 11.

They are also due to make an appearance on Channel 4’s Hall Of Fame Opening Ceremony after their UK tour finishes, on November 11.

Four days later (November 15), the band will release live favourite '2000 Places' as a single with new B-sides including a rendition of the previously unheard 'Happy Christmas, War Is Over'.

Polyphonic Spree’s tour dates are:

Brighton Old Market (October 27)

Plymouth Dance Academy (28)

Liverpool University (30)

Sheffield Leadmill (31)

Glasgow QMU (November 1)

Birmingham Carling Academy 2 (2)

Manchester Academy 2 (4)

Bristol Carling Academy (5)

London Astoria (6)

Belfast Academy (7)

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