Two Door Cinema Club to tour North America with Bombay Bicycle Club

Bands linking up for eight dates in September

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Two Door Cinema Club and Bombay Bicycle Club are set to tour North America together in September.

The Northern Ireland trio, whose debut album 'Tourist History' has just been certified Gold in the UK, will headline the jaunt. It takes in eight cities across the US and Canada.

The tour starts in Boston on September 8 and finishes at Ottawa's Capital Music Hall 10 days later on September 18.

Bombay Bicycle Club are currently recording their third album - the as-yet untitled follow-up to 2010's acoustic album 'Flaws'. It is tentatively scheduled to be released in September.

Two Door Cinema Club and Bombay Bicycle Club will play:

Boston Royale (September 8)
Philadelphia Theatre Of Living Arts (9)
Cleveland Beachland Ballroom and Tavern (12)
Columbus Newport Music Hall (13)
New York Terminal 5 (15)
Montreal Club Soda (16)
Toronto Phoenix (17)
Ottawa Capital Music Hall (18)

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