Sleigh Bells Set To Play Nottingham Gig 

The critically acclaimed American noise pop duo are set to kick off their UK tour in November, while ending the tour at The Bodega in Nottingham.

by Andy Parker Friday, October 08, 2010
Sleigh Bells will be heard a month earlier than usual, as the dance punk duo pays a whistle stop visit to the UK.

The Bodega in Nottingham will be the last of four scheduled tour dates in November (Tuesday 23rd) on the back of their first full length album, Treats.

Former Poison the Well guitarist Derek E. Miller and vocalist Alexis Krauss will be ringing their bells in Brighton, London and Bristol before gracing Notts with their funky psychedelic wave of pop anthems.

For all of you who still believe in Santa don’t fret, I’m the sure sleigh bells will be returning sometime towards the end of December, more than likely accompanied by a jolly fat man bearing gifts and a reindeer with a bulbously big nose...but hopefully a lot less noisy!

The full tour is as followed;

10 Nov: London, Brixton Academy (supporting MIA)

12 Nov: Liverpool, The Kazimier

13 Nov: Manchester, The Warehouse Project (supporting MIA)

14 Nov: Mine Festival

20 Nov: Brighton, Audio

21 Nov: London, XOYO

22 Nov: Bristol, Thekla

23 Nov: Nottingham, Bodega

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