Toy announce 2014 UK tour - ticket details

The band will play 11 shows on the countrywide jaunt

Toy announce 2014 UK tour - ticket details

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Toy have announced plans for a full tour of the UK, set to take place in February and March 2014.

The band, who release their new album 'Join The Dots', on December 9, will play a run of 11 shows starting at Brighton Old Market on February 18, with gigs in Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle, Glasgow and Liverpool to follow. Tickets go on sale December 9. They will also play a stand-alone show at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire on April 26, 2014, as well as playing an intimate album launch show at London's Old Blue Last on December 9.

The London band released their debut, self-titled album in 2012. Its follow-up was recorded with producer Dan Carey. Bassist Maxim 'Panda' Barron recently told NME that the new album was a different experience for the band, saying: "'Toy' was recorded and mastered in two weeks. 'Join The Dots' took twice as long. We experimented a lot more. There are more vocal harmonies. It's just much more sophisticated sonically."

Toy will play:

London Old Blue Last (December 9)
Brighton The Old Market (February 18, 2014)
Bristol Thekla (19)
Southampton Talking Heads (20)
Birmingham The Rainbow (21)
Nottingham Bodega (22)
Leeds Cockpit (23)
Manchester Gorilla (24)
Newcastle Cluny (26)
Glasgow King Tuts (27)
Liverpool East Village Arts Centre (28)
Norwich Studio (March 1)
London Shepherd’s Bush Empire (April 26)


To check the availability of Toy tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765


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