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Unknown Mortal Orchestra Announce November UK And Ireland Tour, Share Hunnybee Video

Tuesday, 05 June 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Neil Krug

Unknown Mortal Orchestra have lined up a UK and Ireland tour around their previously announced London show at the Royal Albert Hall.

The band, who released 'Sex & Food' in April, will now also call in Birmingham, Brighton, Sheffield, Dublin and Glasgow during November.

Tickets for the new dates go on general sale at 10am on June 8. Meanwhile, head below to watch their new video for Hunnybee.

Unknown Mortal Orchestra Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon November 19 2018 - BIRMINGHAM O2 Institute Birmingham
Wed November 21 2018 - LONDON Royal Albert Hall
Thu November 22 2018 - BRIGHTON Concorde 2
Fri November 23 2018 - SHEFFIELD Leadmill
Sun November 25 2018 - DUBLIN Academy
Mon November 26 2018 - GLASGOW O2 ABC

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