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Tickets for The Ting Tings UK tour in November go onsale this morning (October 21) at 9am (BST).

The duo, who revealed the video for their new single 'Hang It Up' earlier this week, their first new track for 13 months, will play eight shows on the run.

The gigs begin at Leeds' Cockpit on November 21 and run until November 30, when the band headline Newcastle's O2 Academy 2.

The band have spent the last two years recording their long awaited second album in Berlin, London and Spain, with the as yet untitled album now scheduled to be released on January 16 2012.

The Ting Tings will play:

Leeds Cockpit (November 21)
London King's College Students Union (22)
Bournemouth Old Fire Station (23)
O2 Birmingham Academy 2 (25)
Liverpool Stanley Theatre (26)
Manchester Sound Control (27)
Glasgow Arches (29)
O2 Newcastle Academy 2 (30)


To check the availability of The Ting Tings tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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