Tindersticks announce one-off London show

Plus band announce new album tracklisting

Tindersticks are to play a one-off London show in May.

The band will play the Royal Festival Hall in the UK capital on May 3.

The gig will follow the release of their new album ‘The Hungry Saw’ on April 28, and sees the band play a handful of European dates including the Copenhagen Vega (April 29), Brussels Cirque Royale (May 2) and Paris Folies Bergere (5).


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‘The Hungry Saw’ is the group’s first album since 2003’s ‘Waiting For The Moon’.

The tracklisting is:


‘Yesterday’s Tomorrows’

‘The Flicker Of A Little Girl’


‘Come Feel The Sun’


‘The Other Side Of The World’

‘The Organist Entertains’

‘The Hungry Saw’

‘Mother Dear’

‘Boobar Come Back To Me’

‘All The Love’

‘The Turns We Took’

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