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WIN: Tickets For The Cult's Electric Tour
Laurie Tuffrey , October 9th, 2013 10:57

We've got twelve tickets to give away to three dates on the band's tour later this month

Having played their second album Love live in its entirety, The Cult are following up that tour by taking their next LP, 1987's landmark Electric, out on the road later this month.

Says frontman Ian Astbury: "The Cult's lifeblood has always been playing live, we are between albums and decided to continue the momentum created by Choice Of Weapon [the band's latest album, released in 2012], stay in people’s hearts and minds. As Love Live was such an incredible experience we have decided that performing the Electric album, an event that has been demanded by our fans and followers as the perfect live set to play in 2013.”

They'll be playing ten dates starting at the end of next week, which are all set to feature two sets, the first taking in Electric in full, the second drawing on the rest of their catalogue - take a look below:

OCTOBER
Fri 18 - Cardiff University Great Hall, Cardiff
Sat 19 - Great Hall, Exeter
Sun 20 - Guildhall, Southampton
Tue 22 - UEA, Norwich
Wed 23 - Civic Hall, Wolverhampton
Fri 25 - Academy, Manchester
Sat 26 - Barrowlands, Glasgow
Mon 28 - Rock City, Nottingham
Tue 29 - O2 Academy, Liverpool
Thu 31 - Roundhouse, London

Head here to get tickets, but, before you do, take note: we've got a mammoth four tickets to give away to each of the Manchester, Glasgow and London dates. Just send your answer to the following question to comps@thequietus.com, with 'CULT' in the subject line and be sure to tell us which of the gigs you'd like to attend.

Q: Which veteran producer worked on Electric?

A. Flood
B. Tony Visconti
C. Rick Rubin
D. Trevor Horn

The closing date is Monday 21 October. To read the Quietus Competition Terms & Conditions, click here.

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