Tindersticks join 'Don't Look Back' season

However Ennio Morricone delays show till December

Tindersticks join 'Don't Look Back' season
Tindersticks are the latest band to join the ‘Don’t Look Back’ season of gigs for 2006.

The group will play their second eponymous album from 1995 in its entirety on September 17 at The Barbican Theatre in London.

They join the likes of Low, Teenage Fanclub and John Martyn in playing classic albums from their back catalogue in full.

Meanwhile it has been announced that Ennio Morricone's Hammersmith Apollo shows (July 19 and 20) have been postponed "due to unforeseen technical difficulties". The dates will now take place December 1 and 2 at the same venue.

The list is:

Green on Red performing ‘Gas Food Lodging’
July 18

Girls Against Boys performing ‘Venus Luxure NO1 Baby’
July 21

Isis performing ‘Oceanic’
July 23

Teenage Fanclub performing ‘Bandwagonesque’
July 24
The Forum

Tortoise performing ‘Millions Now Living Will Never Die’
July 25

Low performing ‘Things We Lost In The Fire’
July 26/27

John Martyn performing ‘Solid Air’
September 11
The Barbican

Tindersticks performing ‘II’
September 17
The Barbican

Ennio Morricone performing his film soundtracks (Arena Concerto)
December 1/2
Hammersmith Apollo

For ticket availability go to NME.COM/Gigs.

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