Klaxons hint at split: forthcoming UK tour will be their last

Band confirm that dates will mark the "end of 9 bananas years"

Klaxons have stated that their forthcoming UK tour will be their last as a band.

The trio – Simon Taylor-Davis, Jamie Reynolds and James Righton – will hit the road later this month for a series of gigs in support of their third album ‘Love Frequencies’. Asked to clarify whether the statement means the band are splitting, a spokersperson refused to elaborate on the tweet.

The album was recorded over a period of three years with producers including LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy, Tom Rowlands of The Chemical Brothers, DJ/producer Erol Alkan and electro duo Gorgon City.

Klaxons will play:

Norwich Waterfront (October 25)
Leeds Cockpit (26)
Glasgow O2 ABC (27)
Manchester Academy 3 (28)
Brighton Concorde 2 (30)
Bristol Thekla (31)
Birmingham O2 Academy 2 (November 1)
Nottingham Rescue Rooms (2)
London O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire (4)

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