James have unveiled details of a UK tour for next April which includes a date at London's Royal Albert Hall.
Dubbed 'The Mirrorball Tour', the band will play 10 dates across the land in support of their new mini album 'The Night Before' out in spring.
Multi-instrumentalist Larry Gott said of the jaunt: “We are getting to re-visit some venues for the first time in ages, most notably The Royal Albert Hall, last visited on the ‘meat is murder’ tour supporting fellow Manc mukkers Moz/Marr etc, back in ’85.
“All of us are working hard on the batch of songs that will become the first of two mini albums released next year and they are sounding great!”
Tickets for the tour go on sale from 9.30am this Thursday (December 3) through the Gigwise Gig Tickets section. They play:
Edinburgh Corn Exchange – April 5
Newcastle O2 Academy – 6
Sheffield O2 Academy – 8
Preston Guildhall – 9
Cambridge Corn Exchange – 10
Southend Cliffs Pavilion - 12
Bournemouth O2 Academy – 13
Bristol Colston Hall – 15
London Royal Albert Hall – 16
Liverpool University – 17
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