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After his extraordinary performance at Latitude, Julian Cope brings his newly reconfigured band to London for a rare show in November.

M’Lud Yatesbury plays the Royal Festival Hall on Tuesday 18 November. Doubtless he’ll be showcasing plenty of songs from his new album, “Black Sheep”, which is beginning to look like the best bit of work he’s done in over a decade. For a full preview of “Black Sheep”, click here.

Tickets for the show are £20 and £17.50. They go on general sale from Friday 29 August. Let’s hope he manages to finish more than the threeish songs we got at Latitude.

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