White Lies, Friendly Fires set for 'NME Presents' North American tour

The Soft Pack also join cream of British talent for sping tour

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White Lies are co-headlining the NME Presents North American tour with Friendly Fires this spring.

The bands, who both feature on the UK-based Shockwaves NME Awards Tour along with Glasvegas and Florence And The Machine, visit the US and Canada this March and April.

San Diego's The Soft Pack are set to join White Lies and Friendly Fires on the North American tour.

White Lies are also confirmed to play gigs at this year's South By Southwest and Coachella festivals.

White Lies, Friendly Fires and The Soft Pack call at the following venues:

Washington Black Cat (March 24)
Philadelphia First Unitarian Church (25)
New York Bowery Ballroom (26, 27)
Boston Paradise Rock Club (28)
Montreal Les Saints (30)
Toronto Lee's Palace (31)
Ann Arbor Blind Pig (April 1)
Indianapolis Radio Radio (2)
Chicago Double Door (3)
Minneapolis Triple Rock Social Club (4)
Seattle Neumo's (7)
Vancouver Richard's on Richards (8)
Portland Doug Fir Lounge (9)
San Francisco Slims (11)

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