Wu Lyf announce March 2012 UK and Ireland tour – ticket details

Band confirm five UK shows to take place next year

Wu Lyf announce March 2012 UK and Ireland tour – ticket details

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Wu Lyf have announced plans for a UK tour to take place next March.

The band, who released their debut album 'Go Tell Fire To The Mountain' in June of this year, will play five dates across the country in 2012.

The run of gigs will kick off with at Manchester The Ritz on March 15, before the group sign off with two shows at London Heaven on March 21 and 22.

Wu Lyf will play:

Manchester The Ritz (March 15)
Glasgow SWG3 (17)
Dublin Whelans (19)
London Heaven (21/22)


Tickets for the shows go on sale at 9am on Friday (December 16). To check the availability of Wu Lyf tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

Earlier this month, Wu Lyf singer Ellery Roberts revealed that they were working on a "bunch of new songs" for their second album.

Talking about the band's desire to move in a different direction, he said: "We have a bunch of new songs and a specific direction where we're taking it. I guess we've maybe thought about it and talked about it more than we've actually spent time creating new stuff."

To see a video of Wu Lyf playing their track 'Lucifer Calling' at France's Midi festival, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click.

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