The Kills confirmed For Hard Rock Calling

The Kills - Jamie Hince and Alison Mosshart - have today confirmed they will headline the second stage at Hard Rock Calling 2011. The show comes just days before the release of their new single, 'Future Starts Slow' on June 27th.

Following on from the news that the band's biggest London headline show at Camden'ss Roundhouse sold out over a month in advance, The Kills will join main stage headliners The Killers in what promises to be a line up to die for at Hard Rock Calling, set in the heart of London.

In addition to the Roundhouse show, the band embark on a nationwide UK tour from today, June 27th. A number of festival dates have also been confirmed including, Glastonbury (The Other Stage) and Reading & Leeds. The Full list of dates is below.

With four studio albums under their belt, including their latest release Blood Pressures, The Kills have gained critical acclaim and a cult following on both sides of the Atlantic.

The band's new single 'Future Starts Slow' released through Domino Records, is a burst of fresh energy from the band, mixing unrelenting drums, Jamie Hince's trade mark searing guitar sound and Alison Mosshart's vocals. The track will be released as as a 7inch / Digital Download and backed with a new track to be confirmed.

Pre-order the 7in.: here

Tickets for Hard Rock Calling are on sale now at
Tour Dates:
May 27th Central Methodist Hall, Manchester
May 28th Evolution Festival, Newcastle
May 29th ABC, Glasgow
May 31st Met Uni, Leeds
June 1st Academy, Oxford
June 2nd Anson Rooms, Bristol
June 3rd The Roundhouse, London (Sold Out)
June 24th Hard Rock Calling
June 25th Glastonbury Festival
August 27th Reading Festival
August 28th Leeds Festival

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