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The Last Shadow Puppets Share Video For New Single Aviation

Wednesday, 16 March 2016 Written by Laura Johnson

The Last Shadow Puppets have shared a video for their new single, Aviation. 

The song is lifted from their new album, 'Everything You've Come To Expect', which is set for release on April 1. The record saw the duo - Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner and Miles Kane - reunite with producer James Ford, who also played drums, and Owen Pallett who created the string arrangements. Also featuring on the album is Zachary Dawes, of Mini Mansions, on bass.

Check out the video, created by Saam Farahmand with Black Sheep Studios, which follows on from the Everything You’ve Come to Expect clip posted last week.

The band will play Cambridge, Middlesbrough, Edinburgh and Brighton later this month. They will also call in London, Liverpool, Sheffield, Cambridge and Middlesbrough between April 1 and 25, followed by two Dublin shows in May and five UK dates in July, including two nights at London's Alexandra Palace.

The band have recently been announced for Bristol's Summer Series on June 24. Tickets will go on sale at 10.00am on March 18.

The Last Shadow Puppets Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu March 24 2016 - CAMBRIDGE Cambridge Corn Exchange
Fri March 25 2016 - MIDDLESBROUGH Middlesbrough Town Hall
Sat March 26 2016 - EDINBURGH Usher Hall
Wed March 30 2016 - BRIGHTON Brighton Dome
Fri April 01 2016 - LONDON Hackney Empire
Sat April 02 2016 - LIVERPOOL Olympia
Sun April 03 2016 - SHEFFIELD City Hall
Sun April 24 2016 - CAMBRIDGE Corn Exchange
Mon April 25 2016 - MIDDLESBROUGH Town Hall
Thu May 26 2016 - DUBLIN Olympia
Fri May 27 2016 - DUBLIN Olympia
Fri June 24 2016 - BRISTOL Lloyds Amphitheatre
Sun July 10 2016 - MANCHESTER Castlefield Bowl - Manchester
Tue July 12 2016 - BRIDLINGTON Spa
Wed July 13 2016 - BOURNEMOUTH BIC
Fri July 15 2016 - LONDON Alexandra Palace
Sat July 16 2016 - LONDON Alexandra Palace

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