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Max´mo Park Announce Leeds Farewell Show For Keyboard Player Lukas Wooller

Thursday, 29 November 2018 Written by Huw Baines

Maxïmo Park have announced a one off show in Leeds.

The date, at Beckett University on January 10, will serve as a farewell for keyboard player Lukas Wooller, who is taking his leave after 18 years. Writing on Twitter, they said: “We've got news! Slightly sad news first: our keyboardist, Lukas, is emigrating & leaving the band.”

Tickets are on sale at 9am on November 30, while the band have also announced a new release called ‘As Long As We Keep Moving’, which they describe as “an audio-visual document of us live in the studio”. That’s out on February 22 and you can check out a trailer below.

Maximo Park Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Thu January 10 2019 - LEEDS Beckett University

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