Noah And The Whale move Belfast gig

Published Thursday, 01 September 2011
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Noah And The Whale are moving their Belfast gig - due to the huge demand for tickets.

The Twickenham four-piece were set to play at Mandella Hall in the city in early October, but will now be appearing on the same night at the Ulster Hall.

Promoters MCD say the response has been "phenomenal" and the change of venue will allow "even more fans to experience the band in the beautiful setting of the Ulster Hall".

Noah And The Whale kick off their UK and Irish tour at Rock City in Nottingham on October 6, before coming to Belfast on October 9.

The band released their third album earlier this year, signalling a shift from their previous folksy sound towards a more multi-layered synth-pop style.

They followed up the first official single from the album, L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N, with Tonight's The Kind Of Night, and most recent single Life Is Life is already garnering a lot of airplay.

Tickets for the Belfast gig are now on sale from the Ulster Hall box office or Ticketmaster, priced £18.50 for standing and £21 for seated.

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