The xx are heading out on a UK tour next year, and Priority Tickets for the dates are available now.
The band will bring their live show to the UK in March after releasing new album ‘I See You’ on January 13.
‘I See You’ is the London band’s third album and was recorded between March 2014 and August 2016 in New York, Texas, Reykjavik, Los Angeles and London.
It was produced by band member Jamie Smith alongside longtime collaborator Rodaidh McDonald. The group have described it as “more outward-looking, open and expansive”.
The xx will play:
Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena (March 4)
Manchester, O2 Apollo (March 5, 6)
London, O2 Academy Brixton (March 8, 9, 10)
Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (March 17)
The Kooks have also announced a UK tour for next spring.
The Brighton band, who have now notched up 10 Top 40 hits with indie anthems including ‘Naive’ and ‘She Moves In Her Own May’, will bring their live show to Birmingham, Leeds, Newcastle and Bournemouth in April and May.
The Kooks will play:
Birmingham, O2 Academy (April 22)
Leeds, O2 Academy (April 25)
Newcastle, O2 Academy (April 27)
Bournemouth, O2 Academy (May 6)
Meanwhile, Birmingham reggae legends UB40 have announced an extensive UK tour for May and June of next year.
The enduringly popular band, who have sold over 70 million records worldwide, will play a series of huge outdoor shows at football, cricket and rugby grounds next summer.
UB40 will play:
Inverness, Northern Meeting Park (May 19)
Dundee, Slessor Gardens (May 20)
Coventry, Butts Park Arena (May 27)
Carlisle, Rugby Club (June 2)
Kent, St Lawrence Ground (June 3)
Parc y Scarlets, Llanelli (June 10)
Taunton, Racecourse (June 11)
Blackpool, Bloomfield Road (June 16)
The Beach Boys are also touring the UK in May of next year.
The iconic California band have announced two shows in Scotland and one in England at the beginning of the summer.
The Beach Boys will play:
Scarborough Open Air Theatre (May 24)
Inverness, Leisure Centre (May 27)
Montrose, East Links (May 28)
Finally, Jeff Lynne’s ELO have announced a new arena show in Sheffield on June 21.
After smashing it in the “legends slot” at Glastonbury Festival earlier this year, the band’s compilation album ‘All Over The World: The Very Best Of Electric Light Orchestra’ climbed to the top of the UK charts.
Jeff Lynne’s ELO will play:
Sheffield Arena (June 21)