3rd May 2012 5:44pm | By Editor
Rescheduled dates as the Chicago punk trio hit the road with Dave Hause for two London shows in the same week.
After calling of their Autumn tour when frontman Matt Skiba broke his arm, the Chicago-bred punk-popsters are back, to play the dates they had initially scheduled in support of Damnesia, a semi-acoustic album that reimagined classics from the back catalogue for the acoustic six string.
Support for the two London shows at Camden's Electric Ballroom and up the road at the Barfly comes from former punk and hardcore man turned solo soul-bearing singer songwriter Dave Hause.
So get down there early, and get down the front!
Electric Ballroom, Thurs May 10, £18
184 Camden High Street London NW1 8QP
Station: Camden Town
Camden Barfly, Sat May 12, £16.50
The Enterprise 2 Haverstock Hill, Belsize Park, London NW3 2BL
Station: Chalk Farm
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