Stereophonics announce huge UK arena tour
Stereophonics have announced a huge UK arena tour for later this year.
The Welsh rock stalwarts will play 10 shows across the UK in December, beginning on December 2nd at Bournemouth International Centre and finishing up on December 16th at London's O2 Arena.
The tour will also call at venues in Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle, Glasgow, Birmingham and will see the band headline two nights at Cardiff's Motorpoint Arena.
The run of shows is in support of the band's new album Keep The Village Alive, which is due for release on September 11th and can be pre-ordered on the right-hand side of the page.
The album is the band's ninth studio LP of their career and is the follow-up to 2013's Graffiti On The Train. It is the band's first album with new drummer Jamie Morrison, who replaced one-time sticksman Javier Weyler back in 2012 after Weyler had completed work on Graffiti On The Train.
It was recorded at studios in Brussels and London with the band's long-time producer Jim Lowe assisting singer Kelly Jones with production duties.
Stereophonics will play:
Bournemouth International Centre (December 2)
Manchester Arena (4)
Leeds First Direct Arena (5)
Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (6)
Glasgow SSE Hydro Arena (9)
Birmingham Genting Arena (11)
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena (12, 13)
Brighton Centre (15)
London O2 Arena (16)