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Neutral Milk Hotel announce further UK live dates

Band will play shows in Bexhill, Leeds and Edinburgh in August

Neutral Milk Hotel have added an additional pair of live dates to their UK and Irish tour schedule.

The band, who will play shows in Belfast, Dublin, Manchester, Glasgow and London in May, have today (March 21) announced further gigs in August with Bexhill and Leeds dates added to fit in around an appearance at Green Man festival in Wales on August 17. Scroll down for full listings and ticket details.

The cult band have been on hiatus since their last studio album, 1998’s ‘In The Aeroplane Over The Sea’, and its subsequent tour. Aside from a 2001 live album and a 2002 album of Bulgarian music, the band have been keeping a low profile – although singer Jeff Mangum played a string of solo dates in 2010 and curated ATP at Butlins in Minehead in March last year.

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Neutral Milk Hotel headline will also headline the all new Jabberwocky festival, which will take place in London from August 15-16. The two-day event, named after a poem in Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking Glass, will be staged at the ExCel Centre and will also see sets from Caribou, Iceage, Earth, Joanna Gruesome, Chelsea Wolfe, The Growlers, I Break Horses, Speedy Ortiz, Hookworms, Connan Mockasin, Metz and more.

Neutral Milk Hotel will play:

Belfast Limelight (May 15)
Dublin Vicar Street (16)
Manchester Albert Hall (17/18)
Glasgow Barrowland (19)
London Roundhouse (21-23)
Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion (August 12)
Leeds University (13)
Edinburgh Corn Exchange (14)
London Jabberwocky Festival (16)
Green Man Festival (17)

To check the availability of Neutral Milk Hotel tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.

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