The Breeders announce UK tour dates

The Breeders have announced UK dates to coincide with the 20th anniversary of their 1993 album, Last Splash. The Breeders line up that recorded Last Splash - Kim Deal, Kelley Deal, Josephine Wiggs and Jim Macpherson - have already announced American dates, as well as a UK show at Deerhunter's 2013 ATP Festival in June. They've now added three more UK shows. Meanwhile, to mark the 20th anniversary of Last Splash, the band's record label 4AD plan are releasing a Deluxe Anniversary Edition called LSXX in April. The dates are:

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The Breeders have announced UK dates to coincide with the 20th anniversary of their 1993 album, Last Splash.

The Breeders line up that recorded Last Splash – Kim Deal, Kelley Deal, Josephine Wiggs and Jim Macpherson – have already announced American dates, as well as a UK show at Deerhunter’s 2013 ATP Festival in June.

They’ve now added three more UK shows.

Meanwhile, to mark the 20th anniversary of Last Splash, the band’s record label 4AD plan are releasing a Deluxe Anniversary Edition called LSXX in April.

The dates are:

June 17 – Glasgow, The O2 ABC
June 18 – Manchester, The Ritz
June 19 – London, The Forum
June 21 – Camber Sands, All Tomorrow’s Parties



Pic credit: Danny Clinch

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