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Pendulum announce new album Immersion and 2010 tour

by Jo Ching. Published Fri 04 Dec 2009 09:05
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Pendulum play an exclusive Album Preview DJ Set which will be streamed from their Earstorm night at London’s Matter nightclub on January 22nd.

They hit the road at full steam when they embark on a momentous must-see live tour of the UK and Ireland to coincide with the release of their new album Immersion [working title].

Rob Swire, Pendulum said: "It’s been two years in the making and I’m more excited about this record than anything we’ve ever done.

"We’ve been lucky enough to collaborate with some of our idols, played live alongside some of the biggest names in rock and electronic music, and finally set up a permanent studio in London.

"This next record really does feel like a culmination of all those experiences. I’d say it’s almost ‘The Perfect Storm’ but that shitty film with George Clooney ruined the phrase.”

Having sold over 1 million records worldwide, completing a sell out Academy tour in 2008 and smashing the international festival circuit last Summer, which included breakthrough appearances at Glastonbury, Download, V and Global Gathering, Pendulum take their brand new headline show bursting with new material around the UK and Ireland, which includes a landmark show at London’s Wembley Arena.

TOUR DATES - May 2010 – Support from Sub Focus [Live]
17TH BELFAST, ULSTER HALL
18TH DUBLIN, OLYMPIA
20TH EDINBURGH, CORN EXCHANGE
21ST BLACKPOOL, EMPRESS BALLROOM
22ND DONCASTER, DOME
25TH BRIGHTON, CENTRE
26TH BIRMINGHAM, ACADEMY
28TH LONDON, WEMBLEY ARENA
29TH CARDIFF, ARENA
30TH PLYMOUTH, PAVILLIONS
31ST SWINDON, OASIS CENTRE

Tickets are on sale from Friday 4th December at £22.50, except Belfast £21.50 and Dublin €30
Tickets can be purchased on the numbers above or at www.gigsandtours.com

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