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Snow Patrol are to play four UK cities in 48 hours, to launch their new album ‘A Hundred Million Suns’ over October 26 and 27.

The whistle-stop tour of the UK commences at The Gate Theatre in Dublin, before heading to the Belfast Empire that night. Lunchtime on the 27 (day of release), Snow Patrol will hit Edinburgh’s Assembly Rooms before finishing up at Bloomsbury Theatre in London.

Fans will be able to get hold of tickets for £22.50 via a lottery draw for these intimate venues if they are members of the band’s mailing list. Every ticket holder will also get a free live CD which will contain tracks from the show they get to attend.

The band’s forthcoming fifth studio album, ‘A Hundred Million Suns’ has been produced by Jacknife Lee (Bloc Party, REM, U2) and it will be preceded by a lead single “Take Back The City” out on October 13.

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