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Idles have announced a massive UK tour for this December, including a show at London's Alexandra Palace

They'll also play Glasgow, Manchester and Leeds.
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Published: 9:55 am, June 24, 2019 Photos: Frances Beach.
Idles have announced a massive UK tour for this December, including a show at London's Alexandra Palace

Idles have revealed their mysterious Monday update, and it's absolutely stonking.

The band are set to head out on tour this December for a short run of dates, which climaxes with a massive show at London's Alexandra Palace.

They'll play one of the capital's landmark enormo-venues on 7th December - that's a Saturday, if you're planning your pre-Xmas weekends - after dates in Glasgow, Manchester and Leeds.

Tickets for the run will go on sale this Friday, 28th June at 9:30 BST, but you can get early access from the same time on Wednesday if you sign up via the band's website.

Tickets for the shows will be limited to four per person, with Idles also working with Big Green Coach to provide transport to and from the Alexandra Palace show. Services will run from Bristol, Bournemouth, Reading, Southampton and Swindon, with tickets available here.

Idles are set to drop a new 7" this summer, with the already revealed 'Mercedes Marxist' joined by another new track 'I Dream Guillotine' from 2nd August. Both tracks were recorded during the sessions for the band's chart-smashing album 'Joy As An Act Of Resistance'.

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