Yeasayer announce national tour dates and ticket details

Brooklyn-based group will play shows in Cambridge, Sheffield and Brighton in July

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Yeasayer have announced details of an upcoming national tour.

Playing in support of their second album, 'Odd Blood', which was released earlier this year, the Brooklyn-based group will begin the jaunt in Cambridge on July 5, before shows in Sheffield and Brighton.

Currently on tour in North America, the band are already set for a sold-out London KOKO show next month and are due to play at this year's Lovebox Festival, before performing on the NME/Radio 1 stage at both Reading and Leeds Festivals.

Yeasayer will play the following dates:

London KOKO (May 26)
Cambridge Junction (July 5)
Sheffield Plug (6)
Brighton Concorde 2 (12)
London Victoria Park (Lovebox Festival) (17)
Reading Festival (August 27)
Leeds Festival (29)


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