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Following the release of their Columbia Records-released album Stay Gold, their entirely sold-out 2014 UK tour (which included a support slot with Ryan Adams and a headline show at The Royal Albert Hall) and their incredible performance on Later…with Jools Holland; First Aid Kit have announced new dates for 2015.
Watch Later…with Jools Holland here: http://smarturl.it/FirstAidKitjools

Their 2015 UK tour will take in shows at Cardiff, Manchester, and London’s Eventim Apollo. Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 3rd October priced £20 & £25 regionally and £25 & £32.50 (subject to per-ticket charge plus order processing fee) from www.livenation.co.uk, www.ticketmaster.co.uk and www.thisisfirstaidkit.com.

14 Jan Bath Forum Bath
15 Jan St. David’s Cardiff
16 Jan Birmingham Symphony Hall Birmingham
17 Jan O2 Apollo Manchester
19 Jan Usher Hall Edinburgh
20 Jan City Hall Newcastle
21 Jan RCH Nottingham
23 Jan Corn Exchange Cambridge
24 Jan Dome Brighton
25 Jan UEA Norwich
27 Jan Eventim Apollo London

Get Stay Gold here: http://smarturl.it/StayGold

Praise for Stay Gold
“First Aid Kit’s songs are as ancient as music itself, but as new as a freshly broken heart. Extraordinary”
Sunday Times
“As if Lion’s Roar had been rerecorded in widescreen format without losing any of the albums’ naive charm”
5/5 Independent On Sunday
“A towering body of stirring, beguiling original songs” 9/10 Clash
“A confident, beautifully crafted work filled with songs set to raise the roof in ever larger venues” 4.5/5 The Sun
“Anything Jack White can do, they can do too. Twice over” 4/5 Q
“The aural equivalent of lying down in a sunny meadow, located somewhere between Stockholm and Nashville” 4/5 The Telegraph
“Those harmonies still aim right for the heart” 4/5 The Independent
“Embracing experience in all its prickly incarnations might make for a tricky life but the payoff is the creation of ever more beautiful and emotionally engaging music” 8/10 Uncut
“The siblings have carefully crafted a tender batch of songs that disarm with not only their beauty but their honesty” 8/10 NME
“A resounding success” 4/5 DIY Magazine
“It sounds roughly like Neko Case fronting Fleet Foxes, but on Alice in Wonderland’s big pills” Observer
“The duo’s excellent third album has the sweetness of a babbling creek and the toughness of a sun-bleached prairie” Esquire
“The sound of a hazy summer” Shortlist
“First Aid Kit ought to be your first port of call when it comes to harmonious country folk” Evening Standard
’4/5′ The Guardian
’4/5′ The Times
‘4/5’ Mojo
‘4/5’ Metro
“Consistent and ambitious” The Quietus
“Stuffed with melodies to sing along to, beats to boogie at and choruses to go wild in” 9/10 Music OMH
“The beauty of their harmonies and the sheer perfection of the sound of their voices together elevate their songs to something beautiful”
8.5/10 The Line of Best Fit


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