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The Charlatans Announce New Album And Extensive UK Tour Details & Tickets

Wednesday, 02 June 2010 Written by Jon Stickler
The Charlatans Announce New Album And Extensive UK Tour Details & Tickets

The Charlatans have announced an extensive UK Tour for autumn this year, with support coming from Happy Monday’s hell-raiser Shaun Ryder.

Exploding out of the Midlands, The Charlatans entered the spotlight in 1990 with a string of stunning tracks such as ‘Then’ and ‘The Only One I Know’ propelling the band towards indie admiration.

It’s been twenty years since The Charlatans released their debut album ‘Some Friendly’. Earlier this year the band played a few live dates to mark the anniversary of the album release and following the success of the shows, The Charlatans have now announced a full-scale UK tour.

In addition, it has also been revealed that Shaun Ryder will special guest on the tour and will open all shows on the thirteen-date jaunt across the UK.

The Charlatans are currently making final preparations for the release of their new album ‘Who We Touch’ which is expected to drop on 6th September. The album will be the band’s eleventh studio record and the first single from the album, ‘Love Is Ending’, will be released on 19th July.

The tour kicks-off on in Newcastle on October 7th and will hit venues across the country, including eight O2 Academy venues, before coming to a close in Birmingham on 23rd October.



The Charlatans will play the following UK dates:

October 2010

7th Newcastle, O2 Academy
8th Edinburgh, HMV Picture House
9th Dundee, Fat Sam’s Live
11th Liverpool, O2 Academy
12th Nottingham, Rock City
14th Leeds, O2 Academy
15th Sheffield, O2 Academy
16th Manchester, Apollo
18th Oxford, O2 Academy
19th Bristol, O2 Academy
21st Norwich, UEA
22nd London, O2 Academy Brixton
23rd Birmingham, O2 Academy

Tickets are on sale from 9.30am on Friday 4th June

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