HeartsRevolution to tour in ice cream van

New York duo plan odd transport for UK tour

HeartsRevolution to tour in ice cream van
Hotly-tipped new band HeartsRevolution are to mount their first UK tour in an ice cream van.

The New York duo rely on unusual transport for all their shows and hope to use the van – which doubles as a mobile party unit – when they hit the road this month.

HeartsRevolution will play:

London Old Blue Last (April 10)
London KOKO – Club NME (11)
London Amersham Arms (12)
Canterbury UCCA – Club NME (14)
Sheffield DQ (16)
Bristol Start The Bus (17)
Brighton Ocean Rooms (18)
Liverpool Korova (19)
London Madame JoJos (22)


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

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