The Young Knives to tour 'less visited' UK towns this October – ticket details

The 12 date tour will visit Derby, Wrexham and Stockton On Tees

The Young Knives to tour 'less visited' UK towns this October – ticket details

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The Young Knives have announced plans for an autumn tour which will take in some of the UK's less visited towns, as well as more major cities.

The 12 date tour kicks off on October 20 at Manchester Deaf Institute, but will also visit Wakefield, Gloucester, Fife and Bath.

The tour follows the release of The Young Knives' third album earlier this year. 'Ornaments From The Silver Arcade', the follow-up to 2008's 'Superabundance', was made in Los Angeles with producer Nick Launay (Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Cribs). You can watch the video for the track 'Love Mu Name' by scrolling to the bottom of the page.

The Young Knives play:

Manchester Deaf Institute (October 20)
Stockton On Tees KU (21)
Fife The Greenside Hotel (22)
Edinburgh Electric Circus (23)
Wakefield The Black Flag (24)
Derby The Venue (25)
Wrexham Central Station (26)
Buckinghamshire University (27)
Liverpool Mojo (29)
Gloucester Guildhall (30)
Bath Komedia (31)
Reading Sub 89 (November 1)


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


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