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Music news round-up: w/e Saturday 8th Feb

Tickets are now on sale for Pulled Apart By Horses UK tour, which kicks off in Aberdeen on April 24th. The tour is their first since February 2012 and will be used as a showcase for their upcoming as-yet-untitled third album. Full tour details are as follows:

24 Aberdeen Tunnels
25 Dundee Beat Generator Live!
26 Hartlepool Studio
27 Hull The Welly
28 Leicester The Musician
30 Oxford Art Bar

01 Norwich Epic Studios
02 Stoke Sugarmill
03 Leeds Live at Leeds
04 York YO1 Festival
06 May Cambridge Portland Arms
07 Aldershot West End Centre
08 Kingston New Slang @ McClusky's
09 Brighton The Great Eascape
10 Southampton Cellar
12 Exeter Cavern
13 Plymouth White Rabbit
14 Bath Moles
15 Cardiff The Globe

Klaxons will return on March 23rd with new single 'There Is No Other Time' through Akashic Records. The track - which you can listen to here - is the first to be taken from their upcoming third album, due out late spring.

The latest track to be taken from their fourth album The Weight Of Your Love, 'Sugar' will be released by Editors on March 24th. Limited tickets are still available for their two nights at London's Roundhouse on March 18th and 19th.

Ahead of an eight-date UK tour supporting Bipolar Sunshine, Indiana's new single 'Solo Dancing' will be out on March 23rd through Sony. The track, a taster for her debut album due later this year, will be accompanied by remixes from Chris Lake, KAOS and Joe Goddard.

May 5th sees the release of We Were Evergreen's debut album Towards through Mi7 / Island. Recorded in Brixton with Charlie Andrew, the album will be marked with a UK headline tour culminating on May 15th at London's Scala. Full details are as follows:

01/05 - Portland Arms - Cambridge
02/05 - Sound City Festival - Liverpool
03/05 - Live at Leeds - Leeds
04/05 - Sumday Festival - Middlesbrough
06/05 - King Tuts - Glasgow
07/05 - Fibbers - York
08/05 - Joiners Arms - Southampton
10/05 - Moles - Bath
12/05 - Cellar - Oxford
13/05 - Hare & Hounds - Birmingham
14/05 - Clwb Ifor Bach - Cardiff
15/05 - Scala - London

Shearwater play:

Wed, Apr 30 - XOYO, London, UK
Thur, May 1 - Deaf Institute, Manchester, UK
Fri, May 2 - Fleece, Bristol, UK
Sat, May 3 - Haunt, Brighton , UK

Owen Pallett releases his new LP, In Conflict, on May 12th. It was written and produced by Pallett, recorded with the core rhythm section of Robbie Gordon and Matt Smith, and features contributions from Brian Eno and The Czech FILMharmonic Orchestra.

He will play Oval Space in London on 21st May.

With their debut UK headline tour in their sights this month, Missouri rockers Radkey have scheduled a new single, ‘Feed My Brain’, for digital release on March 3rd. It's available as a free download for a limited period here.

The Family Rain return to London to headline The Garage on 11th February as part of the run of NME Awards Shows. The show comes on the back of the release of their debut album Under The Volcano, released 3rd February via Vertigo/Virgin EMI.

Following on from last year’s remastered re-release of Nine Below Zero’s live debut Live At The Marquee comes a double instalment from the London blues rockers. Remastered editions of the first two studio albums Don’t Point Your Finger and Third Degree are released on February 24th each with a separate disc of bonus material. They play a nationwide month long 22-date tour in support of The Stranglers which kicks off on Feb 27th.

Cult Of Luna's Beyond The Redshift festival has added some new names this week. Joining are post-rockers God Is An Astronaut, Justin Broadrick's post-metal machine Jesu, plus The Old Wind, Syndrome and sleepmakeswaves. Beyond The Redshift will feature bands playing in and around an "audio-visual experience" at The Forum, The Dome and the Boston Music Room in the capital on May 10. For more info, head over here.

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