British band The Zutons will perform concerts in Milton Keynes and Northampton on the tour for their upcoming new album.

The Liverpool-based band will perform at MK11 in the Kiln Farm area of Milton Keynes on February 15th 2024, and will also perform a show at Northampton Roadmender on February 24th.

Tickets to show are available on pre-sale now for those who make pre-orders of the new album from 5pm on Tuesday 14th November from the band’s Official Store. Remaining tickets will then go on general sale from 10am on Friday 24th November.

The two shows come as part of a 22-date UK tour for the band’s new album The Big Decider, which will be released in April 2024. The new album will be the band’s first since 2008, and was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London with legendary songwriter and producer Nile Rodgers and Lightning Seeds frontman Ian Broudie.

Founded in 2001, the band enjoyed success with 2004 debut album Who Killed The Zutons?, and even further success with 2006 follow-up Tired of Hanging Around, which charted at number two in the UK charts and included two top ten singles in the form of Why Won’t You Give Me Your Love and Valerie, the latter of which was famously covered by Amy Winehouse.

The band disbanded in 2009, before making a one-off reunion appearance in 2016 and a full reunion in 2018, which included a show in Swanbourne in Buckinghamshire near Milton Keynes in the summer of 2019. Further shows were performed last year.