Thurston Moore's new rock band Chelsea Light Moving make their UK and Ireland debut this week, with four shows across London, Dublin, Bristol and Leeds as part of a larger European tour, which started last week in Norway.
In addition to the full band shows, Thurston Moore plays the Yoko Ono curated Meltdown Festival at London's Southbank Centre with an improvised set on June 19th.
The self-titled album Chelsea Light Moving is out now.
June 14th - London, Village Underground
June 16th - Dublin, Whelans
June 17th - Bristol, The Fleece
June 18th - Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
June 19th - London, Meltdown Festival (Purcell Room - NO CLM, Thurston improv)
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