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Squeeze announce Spot The Difference tour 2010

Squeeze

Story by Jack Foley

SOUTH London’s favourite sons will return to what they do best this winter when Squeeze take to the road for their biggest UK tour in over 10 years!

The boys will invite their fans to Spot The Difference at 21 dates across the country, kicking off in Bournemouth on November 14, 2010 and concluding by returning home to play three separate London venues in three days.

This set of dates will cap an exhilarating 2010 for the Squeeze boys. In March they will have the site of their first ever gig in Greenwich commemorated by a PRS for Music Heritage Award, one of only a few bands to receive this honour alongside Blur and Dire Straits, while summer will find them playing to their fans in the USA.

Away from the band, both Chris and Glenn were involved in the Barbican’s inaugural Songs In The Key of London in March, an event curated by Chris that brought together the likes of Elvis Costello, Suggs, Jools Holland, Phil Daniels and many more.

Both continue to gig separately as well, with Glenn having released his third solo album Pandemonium Ensues last year, while Chris has also been busy recording his new album Cashmere If You Can, which will see a release through the innovative new Saturday Morning Music Club label.

Chris and Glenn are hoping to spend this summer writing material together for a new Squeeze album next year.

The tour dates are (all November and December 2010):

14 – Bournemouth O2 Academy
15 – Reading Hexagon
16 – Bristol Colston Hall
18 – Cardiff St David’s Hall
19 – Nottingham Royal Centre
20 – Sheffield O2 Academy
22 – Aberdeen Music Hall
23 – Glasgow O2
25 – Newcastle City Hall
26 – Leeds O2 Academy
27 – Manchester Apollo
29 – Liverpool Philharmonic
30 – Birmingham Symphony Hall

December
2 – Cambridge Corn Exchange
3 – Norwich UEA
4 – Plymouth Pavilions
6 – Southampton Guildhall
7 – Brighton Dome
9 – London Indigo2
10 – London Forum
11 – London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire

Tickets go on sale on Friday, March 26, at 9am. They cost £33.50 for all venues, except London which is £35.