Miles Kane announces his biggest UK tour to date
Miles Kane has announced details of his biggest solo UK tour to date this Autumn.
He will play several dates, starting in September in Portsmouth and finishing at Brixton Academy in London.
The former frontman for The Rascals releases his second solo album Don't Forget Who You Are on 3 June.
It was produced by The Lightning Seeds lead singer Ian Broudie, who has worked with The Zutons in the past.
Miles Kane previously told Newsbeat the sound of this new record is "big, positive and upbeat."
The album is the follow up to his debut LP, Colour Of The Trap, which was released in 2011 and got to number 11 in the official album chart.
Miles is playing a number of festivals over the summer including Glastonbury and T in The Park.
The tour dates are as follows:
Portsmouth, Pyramids - 26 Sept
Leeds, Academy - 27
Manchester, Academy - 28
Newcastle, Academy - 1 Oct
Nottingham, Rock City - 3
Birmingham, Institute - 4
Sheffield, O2 - 5
Norwich, UEA - 7
Hull, University - 8
Bristol, Academy - 9
London, Brixton Academy - 11
Tickets go on sale on 31 May.
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