Wednesday, 14th January 2009
In Events In Japan,
Glasvegas to play Tokyo venue
Rising indie music stars Glasvegas will be performing at Tokyo's Liquid Room on January 20th.
Last year, the NME reported that the band are planning to record their second album this summer, despite lead singer James Allan's claims that the Scottish rockers make years to produce the follow up to their self-titled debut.
Bassist Rab Allan told the magazine: "Summer is most likely.
"James likes to throw curveballs - maybe it'll be years before we make a new record. But he reckons he'll have enough songs written by next summer."
The Liquid Room is located in the Shibuya-ku area of the capital and is within walking distance of the western exit of Ebisu station.
Also scheduled to play at the venue in the future are Spiritualized, The Presidents of the United State of America and the Japanese Guns 'N' Roses tribute act The Dust 'N' Bones.
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