Home-grown talent, The Fratellis have announced plans to play a string of UK Dates later this year to celebrate 10 years since the release of their debut album, “Costello Music”.

The trio, from Glasgow, released their debut offering in October 2006; it includes the singles, “Chelsea Dagger”, “Whistle For The Choir”, “Henrietta”, “Baby Fratelli”, “Ole Black ‘N’ Blue Eyes” and “Flathead”, which featured in an advert for Apple iPod. The Fratellis picked up a Brit Award for “Best British Breakthrough” in 2007 and “Costello Music” was in The UK Top 100 for 83 weeks.

The band will play “Costello Music” in FULL across November and December 2016; the trio will kick off at Nottingham’s Rock City on 26th November, before stopping off for shows at UEA in Norwich (27th), Manchester’s Academy (29th), Liverpool’s 02 Academy (30th), Sheffield’s 02 Academy (1st December), 02 Academy in Bristol (3rd), Bournemouth 02 Academy (4th), University in Keele (5th), Oxford’s 02 Academy (6th), 02 Institute in Birmingham (8th), Newcastle’s 02 Academy (9th), a hometown show at Glasgow’s legendary Barrowland Ballroom (10th), 02 Academy in Leeds (12th) and concluding at London’s o2 Forum (13th).

Altogether now, “Duh, duh, duh, duh . . .”

Tickets go on-sale on Friday 20th May 2016 @ 9am

 

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