THE MACCABEES TO MAKE THEIR U.S NETWORK TELEVISION DEBUT ON LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID LETTERMAN NEXT MONTH

BRITISH FIVE-PIECE ALSO RECIEVE NME AWARD NOMINATIONS FOR ‘BEST BRITISH BAND’, ‘BEST ALBUM’ & ‘BEST LIVE BAND’ THIS WEEK
After a successful run on the road last summer with fellow chart-topping Brit’s Florence and the Machine and Mumford and Sons — as well as headlining shows at the Webster Hall in NYC and El Rey Theater in LA — The Maccabees are returning to the States for the 4th time in a year for another headlining tour in continued support of their critically acclaimed full-length album ‘Given To The Wild’ (Fiction/Coop).

The band are also thrilled to announce their U.S network television debut on Late Night with David Letterman which will air on Friday, February 15 on CBS (11:35PM/10:30PM CST).

Watch the band perform a groundbreaking live in-studio 3D performance in front of fans.


NORTH AMERICAN TOUR DATES
02/08 — Varsity Theater – Minneapolis, MN*

02/09 — Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL*

02/11 — Mod Club – Toronto*
02/12 — Cabaret Mile End – Montreal*
02/14 — Bowery Ballroom – New York, NY

02/15 — The Sinclair – Boston, MA*

02/16 — Music Hall of Williamsburg – Brooklyn, NY

02/17 — Black Cat – Washington, DC*
02/19 — Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
02/21 — Trees – Dallas, TX*
02/22 — Fitzgerald’s – Houston, TX
02/23 — The Parish – Austin, TX*
02/25 — El Plaza – Mexico City
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*w/ Reputante

GET YOUR TICKETS HERE

The Maccabees new album ‘Given To The Wild’ is out now.
Buy here: http://bit.ly/MaccabeesiTunes

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