The Wombats have been confirmed for the NME Rock'n'Roll Riot Tour, as main support to The Enemy. Lethal Bizzle completes the line-up.

The announcement comes hot on the heels of the band breaking into the Top 40 with their first fully available single 'Kill The Director', and ahead of the planned release of their debut album in October.

The Rock'n'Roll Riot tour includes 18 dates across the UK, starting at the Oxford Zodiac on 27 September, with a Brixton Academy show on 17 October before ending at the Birmingham Academy on 20 October.

Thu 27 Oxford Zodiac
Fri 28 Leeds Refectory
Sat 29 Cambridge Junction
Sun 30 Cardiff Great Hall

Mon 01 Newcastle Academy
Wed 03 Inverness Ironworks
Thu 04 Aberdeen Music Hall
Fri 05 Glasgow Barrowlands
Sat 06 Dundee Fat Sams
Mon 08 Middlesborough Empire
Tue 09 Nottingham Rock City
Wed 10 Manchester Academy
Thu 11 Norwich UEA
Sat 13 Stoke Keele University
Sun 14 Wolverhampton Civic Hall
Mon 15 Southampton Guildhall
Wed 17 London Brixton Academy
Sat 20 Birmingham Academy

Tickets are on sale from 9am on 24 July.

The Wombats are currently taking a rare break from touring to record their debut album at Rockfield Studios in Wales with producer Steve Harris (Kaiser Chiefs), due for release on 15 October through 14th Floor Records.

Touring will soon resume with festival appearances at V Festival, Get Loaded In The Park, Bestival and Japan's Fuji Rocks. They will then set out on a 12-date co-headline tour with The Holloways, including a London Astoria show on 22 September and two hometown shows at Liverpool Academy on 23 September
– an all-ages afternoon matinee and a 16+ evening performance.

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