The world's favourite Southern-fried rockers Kings of Leon are back and hitting the UK with new material and an amazing
live show. Fitting in concert dates around recording their new album, the band will play six UK live shows across the summer.
The Kings of Leon 2013 tour includes two dates at London's O2 Arena on 12 and 13 June, a pair at Manchester Arena on 24 and
25 June and a double-header at Birmingham's LG Arena on 7 and 10 July.
Meanwhile, the band have already been announced as one of the two headliners for V Festival this year, taking place in
Essex and Staffordshire across the weekend of 17 and 18 August. They'll also top the bill at Belfast's Tennant's Vital event
on August 14. The shows are sure to feature all the hits fans know and love, from 'Molly's Chambers' to 'Sex on Fire', while
offering a tantalising glimpse at their new material.
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Oklahoma's Followills - singer Caleb, drummer Nathan and bassist Jared - spent their formative years following their preacher
father around the southern US. Eventually the boys relocated to Nashville, throwing themselves into the rock 'n' roll lifestyle
from which they'd previously been sheltered. Forming the band in 1999 with cousin Matthew, by 2002 they signed with RCA Records
and set foot on the path to stadium stardom.
Debut EP Holy Roller Novocaine was met with rave reviews from the likes of Rolling Stone, building anticipation
for their first album release, Youth and Young Manhood. Originally more of a hit in the UK than their homeland, the
past decade has seen them become trans-Atlantic stars with hit LPs Because of the Times, Only By the Night and
2010's Come Around Sundown propelling them to huge arena tours and headline slots.
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