This Week’s Top Tickets: Ariana Grande, Keane, Muse, Madonna, Emeli Sandé, Travis Scott, The Chemical Brothers, Of Monsters And Men, Planet Earth II Live in Concert, The Rolling Stones Havana Moon and more

Ariana Grande

The pop superstar has added two new London dates to the UK leg of her Sweetener World Tour due to demand. Having released her album of the same name in 2018, Grande will return to the O2 Arena on October 15 and 16, following up shows at the venue in August. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 14.

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Keane

Keane will return with new album ‘Cause and Effect’ plus accompanying tour dates this autumn, calling in Birmingham, Leicester, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Nottingham, Brighton, and London, where they’ll play the iconic Royal Albert Hall on September 28 and 29. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 14.

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Muse

Muse have lined up further UK shows for September, calling at London’s O2 Arena on September 14 and 15, before performing at Arena Birmingham on September 17. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on June 14. The trio are touring behind their 2018 LP ‘Simulation Theory’.

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Madonna

The Queen of Pop is set to headline 15 shows at the London Palladium between January 26 and February 15, 2020. A limited amount of general sale tickets are on sale now.

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Emeli Sandé

Emeli Sandé has announced her third album ‘Real Life’ plus accompanying UK tour, with the award-winning singer-songwriter confirmed shows during November and December, including a London show at the Hammersmith Eventim Apollo. Tickets for the new tour go on general sale at 9am on June 14.

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Travis Scott

The hip hop superstar, who released ‘Astroworld’ last year, will take over the O2 Arena, London on July 16. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 14.

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The Chemical Brothers

The British dance heavyweights have confirmed they’ll take over the O2 Arena, London on November 30 as part of their tour behind ‘No Geography’, which came out in April. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 14.

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Of Monsters And Men

The Icelandic band will follow up the July 26 release of ‘Fever Dream’ with shows in Dublin, Belfast, Newcastle, Birmingham, London, Glasgow, Manchester, and Nottingham between October 23 and November 2. They’ll also take the tour to Europe between November 4 and 23. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on June 14.

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Planet Earth II Live In Concert

Experience the award-winning BBC television series accompanied by the City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra next spring, with shows confirmed in Cardiff, Manchester, Leeds, Dublin, Birmingham, Glasgow, and London, where there will be an evening and matinee show. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 14.

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The Rolling Stones Havana Moon

The legendary band’s Havana Moon performance, which saw them play to 500,000 fans at a free outdoor gig in the Cuban capital in March 2016, will be projected onto supersize ultra high definition screens via cutting-edge cinematic technology and state-of-the-art soundsystems at 11 shows across the country this autumn. The immersive, multi-sensory event will also feature Cuban dancers, set designs that mimic the orginal production and concert lighting, allowing fans to experience the historic, record-breaking show almost as if they were there. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 14, priced from £35 plus fees.

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Also announced this week:

GoldLink, BANKS, Girl Band, Danny Jones, Rivals Sons, the Futureheads, Chastity Belt, Mat Kearney, the Futureheads, Enter Shikari, Tiger Army, Annie Lennox, Wizkid, John Bishop, Jimmy Carr, Frank Skinner, Russell Howard, Common, the Bluetones, Deerhunter, Yak, Charly Bliss, Lianne La Havas, Du Blonde, Dermot Kennedy and more. Head here for a full list and to find your tickets.

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This Week’s New Releases: RSD, BTS and LSD

In case you live under a rock, yesterday was Record Store Day. Did you partake? Are your knees sore from queuing and fingers blistered from crate digging? If so you can rest easy and take a seat as we fill you in on what you missed while you were prepping for RSD. If you’re still hoping to bag some gems head here to find out what’s on offer.

This week Labrinth, Sia and Diplo have finally dropped the debut album of their collaborative project LSD, the K-Pop craze continues with the release of BTS’s new record, and Anderson .Paak has followed up last year’s ‘Oxnard’.

More? Really? Below you go.

Aaron Lewis – ‘State I’m In’ (Valory)

Anderson .Paak – ‘Ventura’ (Aftermath/12 Tone Music, LLC)

Andy Bell – ‘Torsten In Queereteria’ (Cherry Red)

Andy Black – ‘The Ghost Of Ohio’ (Lava Music/Republic Records)

Band Of Skulls – ‘Love Is All You Love’ (So/Silva Screen)

Bibio – ‘Ribbons’ (Warp)

Broken Social Scene – ‘Let’s Try the After – Vol. 2’ (Arts & Crafts Productions Inc.)

Bruce Hornsby – ‘Absolute Zero’ (Zappo Productions)

BTS – ‘Map Of The Soul: Persona’ (Big Hit Entertainment)

Budos Band – ‘V’ (Dapton)

The Chemical Brothers – ‘No Geography’ (Virgin EMI)

Damien Jurado – ‘In The Shape Of A Storm’ (Loose)

Escort – ‘City Life’ (Escort Records)

Fontaines D.C. – ‘Dogrel’ (Partisan Records)

Glen Hansard – ‘This Wild Willing’ (Epitaph)

Inter Arma – ‘Sulphur English’ (Relapse Records)

Lowly – ‘Hifalutin’ (Bella Union)

LSD – ‘LSD’ (Syco)

Melissa Etheridge – ‘The Medicine Show’ (Snakefarm Records)

Norah Jones – ‘Begin Again’ (Virgin EMI)

PJ Harvey – ‘All About Eve (Original Music)’ (Invada Records)

Shovels & Rope – ‘By Blood’ (Dualtone)

Teen Body – ‘Dreamo’ (Broken Cirlcles)

Walking On Cars – ‘Colours’ (Virgin EMI)

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Tour Of The Week: The Chemical Brothers To Return With ‘No Geography’ And Accompanying Arena Shows

The Chemical Brothers will return in 2019 with a new album and accompanying tour dates. The Chemical Brothers tickets are on sale now, priced between £29.50 and £42.50 plus fees.

‘No Geography’ is set to arrive next spring and will include their recently shared single, Free Yourself. The track’s accompanying video is currently Stereoboard’s Video of the Week, while the album is yet to receive an official release date. Stay tuned for details.

Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons have also confirmed tour dates in support of the follow up to 2015’s ‘Born In The Echoes’. They will play Mexico City, Los Angeles and San Francisco between May 12 and 17, before embarking on their biggest headline UK run in November 2019, playing arenas in Leeds, Manchester, Glasgow, Cardiff and Birmingham.

The duo also headline an All Points East show at Victoria Park in London on May 30, where they will be joined by Hot Chip, Primal Scream, Spiritualized, Little Dragon, Danny Brown, Little Simz and Ibibio Sound Machine. Tickets are on sale now.

The Chemical Brothers Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri May 24 2019 – LONDON Victoria Park
Thu November 21 2019 – LEEDS first direct Arena
Fri November 22 2019 – MANCHESTER Arena
Sat November 23 2019 – GLASGOW SSE Hydro
Thu November 28 2019 – CARDIFF Motorpoint Arena
Fri November 29 2019 – BIRMINGHAM Arena Birmingham

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This Week’s Top Tickets: Bob Dylan And Neil Young at BST Hyde Park, The 1975, The Chemical Brothers, Lenny Kravitz, Rod Stewart, Little Mix, Foals, Sounds Of The City, Diversity and more

Legendary artists Bob Dylan and Neil Young have been announced for next year’s British Summer Time series at London’s Hyde Park, while the 1975 will perform a massive show at Bellahouston Park in August as part of the Glasgow Summer Sessions series.

As if that wasn’t exciting enough, Rod Stewart and Little Mix have added arena dates to their 2019 tour plans, the Chemical Brothers have announced a new album and accompanying tour dates, Lenny Kravitz will return in the summer and Foals have announced their first show of 2019, confirming a headline performance at next year’s This Is Tomorrow festival! Head below for more.

Bob Dylan and Neil Young at BST Hyde Park

The legendary singer-songwriters will share the bill at next year’s British Summer Time series at London’s Hyde Park on July 12, with Dylan being joined by his band and Young arriving backed by Promise of the Real. Further acts are set to be added to the line up in the coming months. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on November 30. Head here for pre-sale tickets.

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The 1975

The alt-pop band will perform a huge show as part of the Glasgow Summer Sessions at Bellahouston Park on August 25, with support from Twin Atlantic, You Me At Six, Pale Waves, Ten Tonnes and No Rome. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on November 30.

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The Chemical Brothers

Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons will release ‘No Geography’ next spring followed by a UK tour in November. They also headline an All Points East show at Victoria Park in London on May 30. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on November 30.

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Lenny Kravitz

The US rocker is set to take over London’s O2 Arena on June 11 supporting his recent record ‘Raise Vibration’, while the line up is also set to feature openers Corinne Bailey Rae and Brass Against. General sale begins at 9am on Friday, November 30. Head here for pre-sale tickets.

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Rod Stewart

The legendary singer has added four arena shows to his 2019 tour, calling at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro Arena on November 28, Liverpool’s Echo Arena on December 10 and the O2 Arena in London on December 17 and 19. The new dates will follow up his recently confirmed run of open air concerts during summer, his first UK tour in three years. Tickets for the new dates go on general sale at 9am on November 30 (photo: Sean Hansford).

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Little Mix

The pop group, who recently released ‘LM5’, will now kick off the run on October 4 at the TECA in Aberdeen and have announced two more nights at the SSE Arena Belfast on October 6 and 7 and a third show at Dublin’s 3Arena on October 8. Tickets go on sale at 9am on November 30.

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Foals

The Oxford band will top the bill at This Is Tomorrow festival at Exhibition Park in Newcastle Upon Tyne on Friday, May 24, following sets from You Me At Six, Nothing But Thieves, the Pale White, Bad Sounds, Anteros, Kawala and Wild Front.

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Sounds Of The City featuring the Wombats, Elbow, the National, Kylie, the Kooks, Haçienda Classical)

The National, Elbow and Kylie are among the acts announced for Manchester’s Sounds Of The City 2019. Also set to head to the city centre’s Castlefield Bowl are Haçienda Classical, the Wombats and the Kooks, with tickets for all shows on general sale at 9.30am on Friday, November 30.

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Diversity

Diversity will celebrate their 10 year anniversary with a huge UK tour in autumn 2019, kicking off the 36 show run at the Regent Theatre in Stoke on September 21 and it will conclude at Glasgow’s King’s Theatre on November 23. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on November 30.

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Also announced this week:

Lytham Festival with Rod Stewart, Kylie, the Human League, Michael Ball and Sheridan Smith, Hugh Jackman, Manic Street Preachers, Jawbreaker, Papa Roach, Vein, Shvpes, Weezer, Craig David, Stormzy, Slash, Hozier, Tiësto, Paul Young, Razorlight, Tears for Fears, Eddie Izzard, Josh Widdicombe, Danny Baker, Jonathan Pie, Jax Jones, the Zutons, Yasiin Bey, Lisa Stansfield, Squeeze, Armin Van Buuren, Alesso, Gerry Cinnamon, Eagles of Death Metal, King No One, Robert Forster, Stealing Sheep, the Selecter, King Crimson, Keywest, Average White Band, Jaws, Island, the Slow Readers Club, SWMRS, the Virginmarys, Songhoy Blues, Jake Isaac. Head here for more information and to find your tickets.

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Video Of The Week: The Chemical Brothers Create Robot Rave For Free Yourself

The Chemical Brothers have released a striking video accompanying their latest single, Free Yourself.

Eight months in the making, the clip was directed by creative pair Dom and Nic, who have worked with the dance duo over 22 years on videos including Hey Boy Hey Girl and Block Rockin’ Beats. The video features cutting edge visual effects, motion capture technology and human-faced robots revolting against their programming for a dance party. On working on Free Yourself, Dom and Nic said:

“Why would artificial intelligence behave any different to humans discovering music and dance for the first time? We’ve all seen humans dancing brilliantly like robots, we’ve also seen robots dancing brilliantly like robots but you’ve never seen robots dancing badly like humans. That’s new…

“The Chemical Brothers music allows people to get out of their box at a gig or listening to the record – it’s a moment of frenzied abandonment to the music. We wanted to capture that feeling in the idea of an oppressed robot workforce suddenly abandoning themselves to music and fun. It’s robots having fun, robots being silly and robots raving!

“It’s a black comedy and an observation or conversation about the possible future relationship between robots, artificial intelligence and humans. Maybe we don’t have anything to be scared of, why do we think the worst about AI and humanity? We imagined a near future where robots had become a sentient underclass and we felt sorry for them and wanted to imagine them finding a way to free themselves, have fun and dance.”

The track first emerged back in September, marking Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons’ first new music since 2016. Their last album, ‘Born In The Echoes’, arrived in 2015.

Catch the pair performing at next year’s All Points East at London’s Victoria Park on May 24. Tickets are on sale now.

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This Week’s Top Tickets: Spice Girls, The Chemical Brothers at All Points East, A-Ha, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Alice In Chains, David Gray, Paul Weller, Idles, Russell Howard and more

Spice Girls

So, tell me what you want. What you really, really want. Tickets to see the Spice Girls, right? Mel B, Emma Bunton, Geri Horner and Melanie C will reunite and perform at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium, Coventry’s Ricoh Arena, Sunderland’s Stadium of Light, Edinburgh’s BT Murraryfield Stadium, Bristol’s Ashton Gate Stadium and London’s Wembley Stadium during June. Victoria Beckham won’t be joining them, though, due to her business commitments. Tickets go on sale at 10.30am on Saturday, November 10, while Jess Glynne will support.

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The Chemical Brothers at All Points East

No sooner have you removed the mud from your wellies, than 2019’s festival season is starting to heat up. Only a small number of festivals have started showing their hands, with All Points East confirming the Chemical Brothers as their first headliner. The dance legends will take over the event at Victoria Park in London on May 24 with Hot Chip, Primal Scream, Spiritualized, Little Dragon, Danny Brown, Little Simz and Ibibio Sound Machine also on the bill. Tickets are on sale at 9am on November 9.

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A-Ha

A-Ha will celebrate ‘Hunting High and Low’ with shows at Dublin’s 3Arena, the SSE Arena Belfast, Glasgow’s SEC Armadillo, Leeds’ First Direct Arena, London’s Royal Albert Hall and Brighton Centre next November. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on November 9.

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Lynyrd Skynyrd

The legendary southern rock band will return to UK arenas next summer for their Last Of The Street Survivors farewell tour, calling in Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham and London, where they’ll play the SSE Arena Wembley on June 29. At their final UK shows they will be joined by special guests Status Quo. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on November 9.

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Alice In Chains

The Seattle grunge icons will play Glasgow’s Braehead Arena on May 23, the Arena Birmingham on May 24 and the SSE Arena Wembley in London the following day, joined by special guests Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on November 9.

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David Gray

The Babylon singer-songwriter will release his first collection of new material in four years, ‘Gold In A Brass Age’, on March 8 through IHT Records/AWAL Recordings, accompanied by an extensive 17-date tour across the UK and Ireland. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on November 9.

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Paul Weller

The legendary singer-songwriter, who recently returned with ‘True Meanings’, is set to call at Westonbirt Arboretum, Bedgebury Pinetum, Thetford Forest, Delamere Forest, Dalby Forest, Sherwood Pines and Cannock Chase throughout June and into July as part of the Forest Live series. Tickets are on sale at 9am on November 9.

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Idles

The post-punks, who are on the road supporting ‘Joy As An Act Of Resistance’, have lined up spring shows in Sheffield, Cardiff, Norwich, Brighton, Belfast, Dublin, Manchester and London, where they’ll play two nights at the Electric Ballroom in Camden. Tickets are on sale at 9am on November 9.

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Russell Howard

The comedian will return with his biggest globe-spanning Respite tour in 2019, launching at Newcastle Metro Radio Arena before additional arena shows in Aberdeen, Glasgow, Birmingham, Cardiff, Nottingham, Leeds, Sheffield, Bournemouth, Manchester, Liverpool and London, where he’ll take over the SSE Arena Wembley. Tickets are on sale now, priced from £35.00 plus fees.

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Also announced this week:

Muse, Rammstein, Elton John, Jingle Bell Ball, 80s Symphonic Live, H E R, Ghetts, Professor Green, The Good The Bad And The Queen, Saint Raymond, The Horrors, Crystal Fighters, Sundara Karma, Cancer Bats, the Snuts, Marvel Universe Live, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, FKJ, Jack and Jack, Kathryn Joseph, The Tiger Lillies, Fatherson, Gentlemans Dub Club, Worriers, Boyz II Men, Mario Rosenstock, The Orielles, Eagle Eye Cherry, Dream State, Ant Middleton and more. Head here for more information and to find your tickets.

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On This Day In Music: The Chemical Brothers At #1 With ‘Dig Your Own Hole’

On April 19, 1997 the Chemical Brothers were at #1 on the UK album chart with their sophomore LP ‘Dig Your Own Hole’.

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Biffy Clyro At #1 On Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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It took us a while to recover from the bank holiday shenanigans, so we’ve doubled up and given you a chart covering August 22 to September 4.

Reading Festival headliners Biffy Clyro have knocked the event off the top spot and taken #1 position on the chart. Following closely behind are fellow festival headliners Red Hot Chili Peppers, while making up the rest of the top five we have The CourteenersTwenty One Pilots and South West Four.

We’ve had lots of show announcements recently, which has meant a lot of movement on the chart and welcoming some new blood, including Twenty One PilotsFrank Turner, Dave ChappelleOliver Heldens and You Me At Six.

This week we’ve had even more MASSIVE tours announced. Green Day have confirmed a trio of UK arena shows, as well as a North American tour, Shawn Mendes has lined up a world tour,  Olly Murs will be calling at arenas across the UK and Ireland in 2017, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons are getting back on the road next year, and Ne-Yo will play two UK arena shows in November. Come back and see us next week to see if any have managed to bump the Biff from the top spot.

1. Biffy Clyro
2. Red Hot Chili Peppers
3. The Courteeners
4. Twenty One Pilots
5. South West Four
6. Justin Bieber
7. Reading Festival
8. Dave Chappelle
9. You Me At Six
10. Frank Turner
11. Creamfields
12. Catfish and the Bottlemen
13. The Chemical Brothers
14. Oliver Heldens
15. David Gilmour
16. The Cure
17. Marti Pellow
18. Chase and Status
19. Jess Glynne
20. Tennents Vital

On sale in the next week – can they break the top 20?

1. Green Day

2. Shawn Mendes

3. Olly Murs

4. Frankie Valli

5. Ne-Yo

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Top Tour This Week!!

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Biffy Clyro

The Scottish trio, who co-headlined Reading and Leeds alongside Fall Out Boy last weekend, will bring their Ellipsis tour to arenas in Glasgow, Aberdeen, Newcastle, Manchester, Leeds, Cardiff, Birmingham and London between November 29 and December 8, in addition to their previously confirmed dates in Dublin and Belfast. Support comes from Brand New.
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Tickets are on general sale at 9am on September 2, priced from £27.50/£29.50/£38.50 plus fees.


Red Hot Chili Peppers

Fresh from headlining Reading and Leeds, Red Hot Chili Peppers have confirmed their return to the UK with Babymetal in December. Their first tour in five years will take in three nights at London’s O2 Arena, two dates at Birmingham’s Genting Arena, Manchester Arena and Dublin’s 3Arena, plus a visit to Glasgow’s SSE Hydro, in support of their 11th studio album, ‘The Getaway’.
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Tickets are on sale at 10am on September 2, priced from £50.00 plus fees.


The Courteeners

The Manchester quartet will accompany their upcoming fifth album, ‘Mapping The Rendezvous’, out on October 21, with shows in Stoke On Trent, Southampton, London, Bristol, Norwich, Birmingham, Liverpool, Glasgow, Newcastle, Carlisle and Leeds between November 10 and 25.
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Tickets go on sale at 9am on September 2, priced from £25.00 plus fees.


The Chemical Brothers

The Chemical Brothers have lined up December stops in Glasgow, Blackpool and London.
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Tickets are on sale at 10am on September 2, priced from £32.50/£33.75 plus fees.


Brian Fallon

The Gaslight Anthem frontman will return to the UK this autumn with stops planned in Brighton, London, Norwich, Cardiff, Leeds, Liverpool, Glasgow, Oxford, Newcastle, Wolverhampton and Portsmouth between November 15 and 27, in addition to a previously announced show at Dublin’s Olympia on November 23.
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Tickets go on general sale at 10am on September 2, priced from £22.50 (£27.00 for London) plus fees.


Frank Turner

Frank Turner will bring his Get Better tour to Dublin, Salisbury, Liverpool, Carlisle, Doncaster, Coventry, Cardiff, Oxford, Exeter, Reading, Leeds, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Scunthorpe, Warrington, Newcastle, Nottingham, Bexhill, Norwich, Guildford and Portsmouth between November 16 and December 14. Support comes from Esmé Patterson and Felix Hagan and the Family.
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Tickets go on general sale at 9am on September 2, priced from £26.00/£27.00 plus fees.


Lower Than Atlantis

Lower Than Atlantis have confirmed a spring UK tour, including a show at the O2 Academy Brixton in London, as well as stops in Norwich, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle, Glasgow and Cardiff.
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Tickets are on sale at 9am on September 2, priced at £16.00/£19.00 plus fees.


Twenty One Pilots

Twenty One Pilots will return to London for a huge show at Alexandra Palace on November 11, as part of their current Emøtiønal Røadshøw world tour.
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Tickets go on general sale at 9am on September 2, priced at £29.00 plus fees.


Also announced this week, so far

Skindred, Chris De Burgh, Marti Pellow, Tucker Beathard, Rag’N’Bone Man, The Overtones, Conor Oberst, Savages, Clutch, Crystal Castles, Protoje, Dave Chappelle, Netsky, Beach Slang, Shovels And Rope, St Paul And The Broken Bones, She Drew The Gun, Bay City Rollers, The Pigeon Detectives, Black Star Riders, Eliza And The Bear, Ardyn, Eton Messy, Boris, Fickle Friends, Brit Floyd, King Creosote, Purson, Reverend And The Makers, Jesu Sun Kil Moon and many more!

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This Week’s New Releases: The Chemical Brothers, Tame Impala And White Reaper

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The wait is over! The Chemical Brothers have finally released their first studio album in five years, ‘Born In The Echoes’. Tame Impala have also put fans out of their misery with ‘Currents’, the follow up to 2012’s ‘Lonerism’. Meanwhile, Louisville four piece White Reaper are releasing their debut album, ‘White Reaper Does It Again’. Make sure to check out the rest of this week’s new releases below.

The Chemical Brothers – ‘Born in the Echoes’ (Virgin EMI)

Jason Isbell – ‘Something More Than Free’ (Southeastern Records)

Tame Impala – ‘Currents’ (Fiction)

Ratatat – ‘Magnifique’ (BECAUSE)

White Reaper – ‘White Reaper Does It Again’ (ADA Global)

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