September 12, 2008 12:53

MGMT lead the North American invasion of the UK this November - Ticket News

F*cked Up and Jay Reatard also tour this autumn

MGMT lead the North American invasion of the UK this November - Ticket News
Brooklyn's foremost psychedelic indie-rock outfit, MGMT, return this November for their biggest UK tour to date.

As previously reported, MGMT head out to Leeds on Nov 5 and then Nottingham, Bristol and Manchester before finishing on Nov 28 in London.

The tour is selling fast but there are still some tickets available here.

Following the release of their sophomore album 'The Chemistry of Common Life', Canadian sextet Fucked Up will headline shows in London on Nov 7 and then Oxford, Stoke and Sheffield, before ending their 13-date tour on Nov 19 in Manchester. Head to Seetickets now for tickets.

Meanwhile, Tennessee's Jay Lindsey will take his alter ego Jay Reatard on the road, kicking off in Dublin on Nov 16, before moving on to Leeds, Liverpool and Bristol, wrapping things up in Brighton on Nov 28. For this, and all the latest tickets, visit

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