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Cooper Temple Clause played a series of new songs from their forthcoming second album at last night’s NME AWARDS show at the LONDON ASTORIA.

The Reading experimental rockers started the show with ‘AIM’, last year’s limited single released through NME, which will be on the new LP. They then played a brand new track, ‘Promises’, before launching into their hits from 2002’s ‘See This Through and Leave’.

The band received a rapturous reception from the sold-out Astoria crowd when they performed ‘Who Needs Enemies’, ‘Let’s Kill Music’ and ‘Been Training Dogs’.

Cooper Temple Clause with power ballad ‘The Lake’ before finally blitzing the audience with the searing rocker ‘Panzer Attack’.

The Futureheads, Aereogramme and I Am Kloot provided support for Cooper Temple Clause, who are set to play more 18 dates during their current UK tour.

The band are set to perform at Glastonbury Festival on June 27-29 and Reading and Leeds Festivals on August 22-24.

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The band will be performing the following shows:

Northampton Roadmenders (May 1)

Cardiff MS1 (5)

Brighton Concorde (6)

Cambridge Junction (7)

Newcastle Northumbria University (8)

LIverpool Academy (10)

Leeds Metropolitan University (11)

Aberdeen Forum (12)

Glasgow QMU (13)

Manchester University (15)

Sheffield Leadmill (16)

Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall (17)

Nottingham Rock City (18)

London Forum (20)

Portsmouth Wedgwood Rooms (21)

Norwich Waterfront (22)

Reading University (23)

Stoke Void (June 2)

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