Noah and the Whale will release a new single, “Waiting for My Chance to Come,” on October 24th.  Taken from the band’s Last Night On Earth album, the single will be accompanied by the band’s biggest headline tour to date, which includes a show at London’s Brixton Academy on October 26th and a set broadcast live on Radio 1 from Aberdeen.

Last Night On Earth has so far borne huge singles in the shape of “Tonight’s the Kind of Night,” “L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N.,” and “Life Is Life,” and hasn’t left the Top 40 in the six months since its release.  The band has spent the summer on tour in the US, Australia and Japan, as well as at European Festivals while, in the UK, we have seen sets at Glastonbury, Green Man, Reading/Leeds and Bestival.  Noah and the Whale will precede their October UK dates by headlining the closing party of this year’s Ibiza Rocks, on September 21st.

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The band will play dates as follows in October:

Thu     6th OCT         NOTTINGHAM, Rock City

Fri       7th                  MANCHESTER, Academy

Tue     11th                NEWCASTLE, Academy

Thurs 13th                LIVERPOOL, Academy

Fri       14th                BIRMINGHAM, Academy

Sat      15th                GLASGOW, ABC

Mon    17th                LEICESTER, Academy

Tues   18th                BRIGHTON, Dome

Weds  19th                NORWICH, UEA

Fri       21st                 LINCOLN, Engine Shed

Sat      22nd               LEEDS, Academy

Sun     23rd                SOUTHAMPTON, Guildhall

Mon    24th                ABERDEEN, Music Hall

Tues   25th                CAMBRIDGE, Corn Exchange

Weds  26th                LONDON, BRIXTON ACADEMY

Sat      29th                CARDIFF, University

Sun     30th                TRURO, Hall for Cornwall

Sun      31st                  BRISTOL, Colston Hall

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