The Raveonettes announce European tour dates

Danish duo will play London gig on November 7

The Raveonettes are set to play a one-off London gig as part of a wider European tour later this year.

The band have released details of a European-wide tour which will see them play dates in eight countries in November. They will play London Heaven on November 7. The European dates will come after a week spent touring North America.

The Danish duo recently released surprise album ‘Pe’ahi’ on July 22. The album is named after a surfing spot in Maui, Hawaii. ‘Pe’Ahi’ follows 2012’s ‘Observator’. The duo, made up of Sune Rose Wagner and Sharin Foo, released their debut LP, ‘Chain Gang of Love’, in 2003.


The Raveonettes will play:

Vienna Wuk (October 28)
Zagreb Močvara (29)
Winterthur Salzhaus (30)
Bologna Covo Club (31)
Milan Magnolia (November 1)
Barcelona Music Hall (3)
Madrid Sala Arena (4)
Bordeaux Barbey Rockscholl (5)
Paris Cabaret Sauvage (6)
London Heaven (7)
Copenhagen Vega (December 11)
Aarhus Train (13)

To check the availability of The Raveonettes tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.


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