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- Posted on Mar 16th 2010 7:45AM by Chris Cope
Alternative veterans Teenage Fanclub have announced a handful of summer dates for the UK and Ireland.
They kick off their tour in Manchester on May 27 and wind up in Birmingham on June 7.
The tour also takes in Dublin and sees the band travel the breadth of their home country too, playing Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen.
This is on top of the already-scheduled performance at London's Camden Crawl, with Teenage Fanclub playing at Koko on May 1.
The quartet will be touring in support of their upcoming ninth studio album, 'Shadows'.
They came to notoriety in the early 1990s, gaining international success with their guitar-pop sound, touring with the likes of Nirvana, Radiohead and Buffalo Tom.
The full tour is as follows:
London Koko, England (May 1)
Manchester Academy 2, England (May 27)
Sheffield Leadmill, England (May 28)
Dublin Academy, Ireland (May 30)
Aberdeen Warehouse, Scotland (June 1)
Glasgow ABC, Scotland (June 2)
Edinburgh Liquid Rooms, Scotland (June 3)
Leeds Cockpit, England (June 4)
Bristol Academy, England (June 6)
Birmingham Academy 2, England (June 7)