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The Lemonheads have announced a ten-date tour starting in Cork, Ireland on May 3.

The band, who reformed in 2005 will also be releasing a new single “Pittsburgh” from their self-titled first album in nine years on May 7.

The band fronted by Evan Dando are currently on tour in Australia and New Zealand and are also scheduled to play US music festival Coachella on April 29.

The band’s current line-up backing Dando are Vess Ruhtenberg on bass and Devon Ashley on drums – both originally in US alt.rock band The Pieces.

The Lemonheads breakthrough LP, 1992’s “It’s A Shame About Ray”, is to be reissued in a new and expanded double-CD special edition by Rhino Records at the end of the summer.

The UK dates are part of a European tour that also visits Holland, Germany, Switzerland and Spain.

See the band supported by The Icarus Line at the following venues:

Cork, Savoy (May 3)
Galway, Warwick Hotel (4)
Dublin, Ambassador Theatre (5)
Belfast, Mandela Hall (6)
Newcastle, Cluny (7)
Edinburgh, Liquid Room (8)
Aberdeen, Lemon Tree (9)
Sheffield, The Leadmill (10)
Cardiff, Solus (13)
London, Koko (14)
Birmingham, Academy 2 (15)

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