Unknown Mortal Orchestra reveal UK tour dates - ticket details

Band to play nine live shows in May

Unknown Mortal Orchestra reveal UK tour dates - ticket details

Photo: Press

Unknown Mortal Orchestra have confirmed details of a full UK and Irish tour to take place in May.

The band, who release their new album 'II' on February 4, will play nine shows in total including festival dates at Liverpool's Sound City, Live at Leeds and the ATP Festival curated by TV On The Radio. Other gigs on the tour include dates in Glasgow, Dublin, Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham and a headline London show.

Unknown Mortal Orchestra are streaming their new album online now. The album is the New Zealand band's follow up to their self titled 2011 record and features the single 'So Good At Being In Trouble'.

Unknown Mortal Orchestra will play:

Glasgow King Tuts (May 1)
Dublin Academy 2 (2)
Liverpool Sound City @ The Garage (3)
Live at Leeds @ The Cockpit, Leeds (4)
Manchester Deaf Institute (6)
Bristol Thekla (7)
Birmingham Temple Room (8)
ATP Festival curated by TV On the Radio, Camber Sands (10)
London Village Underground (16)


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


Read More On This Artist

More News
Dutch Uncles announce new album 'O Shudder' – hear first song now
Scorpion found in north London home of former Everything But The Girl members
Weezer offer fans the opportuity to pick their next single
New species of tarantula named after John Lennon
1.5m tune in to watch Noel Gallagher on 'Celebrity Gogglebox'
Slaves confuse Bono on debut 'Jools Holland' performance
Beatles star George Harrison's childhood home sells for £156,000 at an auction
Pink Floyd's 'The Endless River' on course to become Amazon's most...
Jamie T says he doesn't worry about his music as 'most of the shit around today is...
Kate Tempest made new favourite to win this year's Mercury Prize
New York judge hears Kesha denied having sexual history with Dr Luke in 2011 deposition
S Club 7 announce they are reforming for BBC's Children in Need
Mike Read withdraws 'UKIP Calypso' song following racism complaints
Johnny Marr says Noel Gallagher's new album is 'very melodic' and 'pretty...
U2 perform two 'Songs Of Innocence' tracks on 'Later... with Jools Holland'...
Chance The Rapper to release new free album 'Surf'
Kate Bush describes recent London shows as 'truly special' in message to fans
Kasabian: 'There's nothing more depressing than seeing a band come offstage and have...
Nick Mulvey covers Björk's 'Bachelorette' for NME - watch
Taylor Swift tops the iTunes Canada chart with eight seconds of static
Cult Brooklyn venue Glasslands set for closure
Lorde reveals 'crazy experiences' behind her 'Hunger Games' soundtrack

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM