King Krule announces debut UK tour - ticket details

NME Radar stars plot four-date jaunt in November

King Krule announces debut UK tour - ticket details

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Hotly-tipped London newcomers King Krule have announced plans for a debut UK tour this November.

The four-piece, who are led by singer Archy Marshall and recently featured in the Radar section of NME, formerly went under the name Zoo Kid. They released their debut single 'Out Getting Ribs'/'Has This Hit' in April 2010, but have so far not toured the UK.

You can watch a live clip of Marshall playing a live version of the track by scrolling down and clicking below now. The band are also offering up a free download of another track 'Brain's Dead' on their official website Kingkrule.bandcamp.com.

King Krule will play:

Glasgow Captain's Rest (November 11)
Manchester Trof (12)
Brighton Prince Albert (14)
London Corsica Studios (15)


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



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