Cults announce plans for short UK tour – ticket details

The duo will play four headline dates in November

Cults announce plans for short UK tour – ticket details

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Cults – the duo made up of Madeline Follin and Brian Oblivion – have announced plans for a short tour of the UK this November.

Releasing their self-titled debut earlier in the year, the Manhattan-based band will return to the UK to kick off their four-date jaunt at London XOYO on November 15. They then travel to Bristol and Nottingham before rounding up the tour at Manchester Ruby Lounge on November 19.

They will then play the All Tomorrow’s PartiesNightmare Before Christmas event on December 9 at Butlin’s Holiday Centre, Minehead. Curated by Battles, Les Savy Fav and Caribou, the three-day festival will also see performances from Surfer Blood, No Age and Gary Numan.

Cults play:

London XOYO (November 15)
Bristol Thekla (17)
Nottingham Bodega Social (18)
Manchester Ruby Lounge (19)
Butlins Holiday Centre Minehead ATP’s Nightmare Before Christmas (December 9)

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

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