The National announce new UK tour dates

They'll play four arena shows in December

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The National have announced four new UK tour dates for December.

The five-piece will visit Brighton, Leeds, Cardiff and Nottingham on the following dates:

7 December – BRIGHTON, Brighton Centre
8 December – LEEDS, First Direct Arena
9 December – CARDIFF, Motorpoint Arena
10 December – NOTTINGHAM, Motorpoint Arena

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Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday May 17, the same day that The National’s new album I Am Easy To Find is released.

A limited 4AD pre-sale begins at 10am on Wednesday May 15. To gain access, you can pre-order I Am Easy To Find or sign up before 10am on Tuesday May 14 via the 4AD Store. For further information click here.

You can read an extensive interview with The National about the making of I Am Easy To Find in the current issue of Uncut, in shops now or available to order online by clicking here. The issue comes with a free 15-track curated by the band – for more details on that, go here.

The June 2019 issue of Uncut is on sale from April 18, and available to order online now – with Pink Floyd on the cover. The issue comes with a unique 15-track CD curated for Uncut by The National, who also speak exclusively to us inside the issue. Elsewhere, you’ll find Scott Walker, Bob Dylan, Primal Scream, JJ Cale, Cate Le Bon, Peter Perrett, Aretha Franklin, Mac DeMarco, Dinosaur Jr, Dylan Carson, Africa Express and much more.

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