Jesus and Mary Chain announce further Psychocandy gigs for 2015

They will play a run of shows in February to celebrate the album's 30th anniversary...

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The Jesus And Mary Chain have announced further dates in which they will play Psychocandy in full, following gigs later this month.

The band will play 10 shows across the UK in February of next year, starting at Liverpool Guild of Students on February 16, visiting Leeds, Nottingham, Newcastle, Brighton and more, before finishing up on February 27 at Cardiff Uni. Tickets for the new tour go on sale at 9am on November 14.

The band will first play a run of Psychocandy dates this month, in anticipation of the album’s 30th anniversary, with shows in London, Manchester and Glasgow.

You can read our exclusive interviews with William and Jim Reid in the current issue of Uncut

The Jesus And Mary Chain will play:

London Troxy (November 19)
Manchester Academy (20)
Glasgow Barrowlands (21)
Glasgow Barrowlands (23)
London Troxy (24)
Liverpool Guild of Students (February 16, 2015)
Leeds O2 Academy (17)
Newcastle O2 Academy (18)
Edinburgh Corn Exchange (19)
Norwich UEA (21)
Nottingham Rock City (22)
Brighton Dome (23)
Birmingham The Institute (25)
Bristol O2 Academy (26)
Cardiff Uni The Great Hall (27)



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