The Charlatans to play debut album ‘Some Friendly’ in full at London gig

Tim Burgess and co celebrate the album's 20th birthday with special show

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The Charlatans are set to play their debut album ‘Some Friendly’ in full at a London gig to take place this May.

They’ll play London venue The Roundhouse on May 31, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the album’s release. A reissue of the album is expected to be released around the same time.

Meanwhile, The Charlatans are currently in the studio with producer Youth recording their eleventh studio album. The band are aiming to release the new record in June.

Tickets for the gig go on sale this Friday (February 5) at 9am (GMT).

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