The Courteeners tickets and 2018 tour dates

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The Victoria Hall in Stoke-on-Trent

Thursday 15th November

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O2 Academy2 Birmingham in Birmingham

Friday 16th November

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First Direct Arena in Leeds

Saturday 17th November

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Red Bar And Lounge Nottingham in Nottingham

Monday 19th November

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O2 Academy 2 Leicester in Leicester

Tuesday 20th November

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Venue Cymru in Llandudno

Thursday 22nd November

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Metro Radio Arena Newcastle in Newcastle Upon Tyne

Friday 23rd November

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The SSE Hydro in Glasgow

Saturday 24th November

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O2 Guildhall West Marlands Road Southampton SO14 in Southampton

Monday 26th November

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O2 Academy Bristol in Bristol

Tuesday 27th November

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Biography

Hailing from Manchester and featuring an outspoken frontman, Liam Fray, with a penchant for both talking up his own positive attributes and getting into verbal scraps with other bands, the Courteeners received regular comparisons in the U.K. press to the leading lights of three previous waves of Manc Brit-pop: the Smiths, the Stone Roses, and Oasis.

The band's alternately jangly and bombastic brand of indie guitar rock bears the influence of all three acts, as well as comparisons to contemporaries like Arctic Monkeys and Kasabian. Also featuring lead guitarist Daniel Conan Moores, bassist Mark Cupello, and drummer Michael Campbell, the Courteeners formed in Manchester in 2006, when the 22-year-old Fray -- already known around town for his acoustic singer/songwriter gigs -- brought three of his childhood friends together to form a proper band.

St. Jude After signing to Loog Records, a pseudo-indie label owned by Polydor, the Courteeners released their limited-edition debut single, "Cavorting," in August 2007. Three more singles, "Acrylic," "What Took You So Long?," and "Not Nineteen Forever," dotted the charts between October 2007 and March 2008, prior to the release of the band's debut album. Produced by Stephen Street (celebrated for his work with the Smiths, Blur, and the Cranberries) and featuring Fray's painting of Audrey Hepburn on the cover, St. Jude was released in April 2008.

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