Noah And The Whale announe 2012 UK Tour

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Noah And The Whale today announce details of a major UK tour for 2012. The band – whose Last Night On Earth has, since its release last spring, firmly established itself as one of the Albums of 2011, will play 11 shows in March/April, including one at The Royal Albert Hall.

Noah And The Whale are currently in the middle of their biggest tour so far, with dates including a show at London’s Brixton Academy on October 26th.  The current dates are accompanied by Waiting For My Chance To Come, the latest single to be taken from Last Night On Earth, one of the highest selling albums of the year. Waiting For My Chance to Come is accompanied by a video directed by the American photographer Autumn de Wilde, which can be viewed here.  Following the
current UK tour, the band heads to the US and Mexico for further dates.

Look out for an appearance by Noah And The Whale on Later With Jools Holland this week (live show Tuesday 11th; main show Friday 14th Oct).

New Noah And The Whale Tour Dates are as follows:

Saturday       17th    MARCH         DUBLIN, Olympia (date rescheduled from Oct)
Tuesday        20th                            EDINBURGH, Picture House
Wednesday  21st                            NEWCASTLE, O2 Academy (date rescheduled from Oct)
Thursday       22nd                          SHEFFIELD, O2  Academy
Saturday       24th                            YORK, Barbican
Sunday         25th                            PORTSMOUTH, Guildhall
Monday         26th                            SOUTHEND, Cliffs Pavilion
Wednesday  28th                            PLYMOUTH, Pavillion
Thursday       29th                            WOLVERHAMPTON, Civic Hall
Friday            20th                            MANCHESTER, O2 Apollo
Monday        16th    APRIL            LONDON, ROYAL ALBERT HALL

Tickets for all shows go on pre-sale at the band’s website on Weds 12th, before going on general sale this Friday, October 14th, through

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