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The New York Dolls have announced details of a new album and UK tour.

The punk legends’ ongoing reunion continues with new album ‘Dancing Backwards In High Heels’, released on March 14, with the band confirming four UK dates shortly after that. Former David Bowie and John Lennon collaborator Earl Slick has joined the band as their new guitarist for the tour.

As part of the jaunt, the band will play two nights at London‘s historic Old Vic Tunnels, an underground network of Victorian red brick tunnels situated beneath Waterloo Station.

The New York Dolls play:

Newcastle 02 Academy (March 27)
Manchester Club Academy (29)
London Old Vic Tunnels (30-31)


See Mofman.com for more information on the shows.

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