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Maximo Park Readies For The Road

06:03 AM Wednesday 1/28/09 | |

Maximo Park’s ready to put it into drive with the band’s first U.K. dates since 2007 in anticipation of the post-punkers’ third album release.

  • Maximo Park

    V Fest, Chelmsford, England.
    August 17, 2008

    (James McCauley)

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The tour, which includes supports by Noisettes and Stricken City, kicks off at the O2 Academy Newcastle May 14, hitting clubs and theatres around the country before wrapping at O2 Academy Bristol May 28.

Other stops include O2 Academy Glasgow (May 15), O2 Academy Birmingham (May 19), Manchester Academy (May 23) and London’s O2 Academy Brixton (May 27).

Tickets go on sale Jan. 30 and are available at gigsandtours.com and ticketweb.co.uk.

The new album, produced by Nick Launay (Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Talking Heads and Yeah Yeah Yeahs), is expected to drop this spring and the band said the release will be far different from anything it’s done before.

“We’re raring to go, especially since we’ve just crafted a record that’s imbued with the kind of uplifting spirit that Britain’s crying out for in these troubled economic times,” singer Paul Smith said. “Our audience are far from passive, which makes for a unique atmosphere at each show.”


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