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Scottish indie veterans Teenage Fanclub have announced a UK and European tour – and it includes a visit to the Usher Hall in Edinburgh this November.
The cult band will also play gigs in Aberdeen, Inverness and Glasgow.
In addition to the tour, the Fannies have announced there will be a new album to go along with it.
The tour dates will follow the release of new album Endless Arcade. Out in October this year, it will be their first since 2016’s Here. More details about the new album will be revealed in the coming months.
“The five of us headed to Clouds Hill Recordings in Hamburg in late November last year and got stuck into doing what we like best – recording new songs,” says Gerard Love.
“It felt good to start 2020 with 13 new tunes in the bag. We’re currently busy assembling a selection of those into album form and putting the final gloss on the record.”
Tickets go on-sale on Friday, 6 March at 9am via gigsinscotland / ticketmaster.
You can see Teenage Fanclub’s 2020 tour dates below.
Nov 02: Aberdeen, Music Hall
Nov 03: Inverness, Ironworks
Nov 04: Edinburgh, Usher Hall
Nov 05: Glasgow, Barrowland
Nov 07: Leeds, Beckett’s
Nov 08: Manchester, Academy 2
Nov 09: Sheffield, Leadmill
Nov 11: Birmingham, Institute
Nov 12: Nottingham, Rock City
Nov 13: Bristol, Anson Rooms
Nov 14: Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
Nov 16: Brighton, Chalk
Nov 17: London, Forum
Nov 19: Belfast, Empire Music Hall
Nov 20: Dublin, Academy
Nov 23: Nantes, Stereolux
Nov 24: Lyon, Epicerie Moderne
Nov 25: Rouen, Le 106
Nov 26: Paris, La Gaite Lyrique
Nov 29: Utrecht, De Helling
Nov 30: Dusseldorf, Zakk
Dec 01: Munich, Strom
Dec 03: Berlin, Columbiatheater
Dec 04: Hamburg, Knust
Dec 05: Copenhagen, Pumpehuset
Dec 07: Oslo, Vulkan
Dec 08: Gothenburg, Pustervik