London Grammar have announced a string of UK dates for this October.
The trio will perform at Hammersmith's Eventim Apollo on Saturday October 21.
It will be in support of their second LP 'Truth Is A Beautiful Thing', due for release on June 9.
The record follows up their hugely successful 2013 debut which sold two million copies and saw them receive an Ivor Novello award.
This time round they have worked with the likes of Paul Epworth, Jon Hopkins and Greg Kurstin but keep to their stripped-back roots.
On the title track lead vocalist Hannah Reid says: "I didn't necessarily know what it was about, it was just pure self-expression.
"Maybe everything we've been though as a band. We share the same experience, more than we realised.
Other personal stuff is in there too. And, like a couple of the other songs, it's about perspective – you lose all perspective if you're isolated, in whatever experience, not just touring."
In April the group performed three intimate sets in London, Glasgow and Birmingham to give fans a preview of their upcoming LP.
All three shows sold out instantly which included a headline set at Hackney Road Chapel.
In October they are also heading to the likes of Bristol, Nottingham and Manchester after a summer of festival shows.
When do tickets go on sale?
They go on general sale at 10am on Friday May 19.
Where can I buy tickets?
You can get them from Ticketmaster here .
Is there a presale?
Yes, if you pre-order their new album 'Truth Is A Beautiful Thing' by 4pm on Monday May 15 you will be granted access to the presale.
You will be a sent a code for the presale on Tuesday May 16 at 10am.
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