10 Feb 2010
Bad Lieutenant new single + live dates 
The second single by Bad Lieutenant, Twist Of Fate, will be released in the UK on 22 March 2010 (23 March in the US). This coincides with a March UK mini-tour and rescheduled dates in the USA in April to replace those previously cancelled in New York and Chicago with the addition of new dates in San Francisco and the Coachella music festival.

March

Mon 15 - Leadmill, Sheffield
Tue 16 - Garage, Glasgow
Thu 18 - Electric Ballroom, London
Sat 20 - 53 Degrees, Preston
Sun 21 - Masque, Liverpool

[Tickets available from SeeTickets, Ticketmaster, and other outlets.

April

Fri 16 - Regency Ballroom, San Francisco, CA [on sale Sun 14 Feb]
Sat 17 - Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, Indio, CA [tickets on sale now]
Mon 19 - Park West, Chicago, IL [on sale Sat 13 Feb]
Wed 21 - Webster Hall, New York, NY [on sale Fri 12 Feb]

A short statement from Bernard Sumner on badlieutenant.net (which is now fully launched) reads:

"As promised we are coming to the U.S. to play our re-scheduled dates in Chicago and New York with the addition of the Coachella Festival and a concert in San Francisco. We are really looking forward to playing our songs live for our fans in the U.S. It's been some quite time since I have played in America, and we are all very excited about the prospect."

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