'Misery Business' band to perform two shows ahead of Reading and Leeds
michael baggs
08:25 18th May 2012

Tickets for Paramore's Edinburgh and Belfast shows in August this year are on sale now.

The 'Misery Business' band will play the Corn Exchange in the Scottish capital on August 21 with tickets going on sale at the end of this week.

The US rockers announced the Edinburgh date earlier this year, following the earlier reveal of the Belfast gig on August 19. The band will use both dates as warm up for their Reading & Leeds performances over the August bank holiday weekend.

The band revealed details of a the first track the band had recorded for the new album, 'Daydreaming', earlier this year, with frontwoman Hayley Williams saying: "The guys and I went in to record a song for our 4th album about a week and a half ago, it was all very exciting. At the end of our time in the studio, it was clear to us that this was definitely right! So without delaying any longer, we would like to announce that our 4th album's producer is Justin Meldal-Johnsen. And what the heck, we might as well tell you that the one song we recorded will be called 'Daydreaming'."

Tickets for both the Edinburgh and Belfast gigs are on sale now. For more information, visit Gigwise Gig Tickets.