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The Decemberists, the pop-folk group from Portlan, Oregon are to play their recent album The Hazards of Love live in London later this year.

The Uncut four-star rated album we described as a “Chaucerian rock opera” on its release, will be performed in its entirety at the HMV Forum on November 18 and at The Coronet Theatre on November 19.

The Decemberists, led by Colin Meloy last performed in the UK at the Royal Festival Hall in 2007.


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