The Music - 'Four Cities' UK tour dates

The Music

The Music have announced the third leg of their 'Four Cities' set of dates, the concept of which involves returning to play the same cities in consecutive months, but each time returning to a bigger venue.

The dates, which kicked off on March 4th, 2008 at London's Barfly, have all so far sold-out within minutes of going on sale. The band will be previewing tracks from their forthcoming album at all shows.

The May dates go on sale on Friday 14th March, 2008 at 9am.

The Music UK tour dates:

Dates could change! Go to The Music's Official Website for the latest tour dates and information.

April 2008

15th London ICA SOLD OUT
16th Leeds Cockpit SOLD OUT
18th Glasgow Stereo SOLD OUT
19th Manchester Moho Live SOLD OUT

May 2008

13th London ULU 0207 403 3331
14th Leeds Metropolitan University 0113 244 4600
16th Manchester Academy 2 0161 832 1111
17th Glasgow QMU 0870 260 3333

Tickets for the dates in May are priced at £12.50 and are available via GigsAndTours or a 24 hour CC line 0871 2200 260.

The Leeds-based band, still in their early 20s, are set to release their third, as yet un-titled, album through Yes Please / Polydor in early summer 2008. The album, recorded in late 2007, was produced by Paul Hartnoll (ex Orbital) and Flood (Killers / U2).

The Music band members are: Robert Harvey (vocal / guitar), Adam Nutter (guitar), Stuart Coleman (bass) and Phil Jordan (drums).

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