British alternative rockers Nothing But Thieves have announced their first show in Southeast Asia: Bangkok.

After cancelling their Manila gig in January (and Singapore in 2016), the band will finally, finally set foot in the region, thanks to The Very Company.

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The Thai promoter announced over the weekend the Essex five-piece will be making their Bangkok debut on Thursday, August 2 at Moonstar Studio 8. The show is in support of Broken Machine, the band’s sophomore album.

Tickets go on sale March 11 at 10am through Ticket Melon. 400 early bird tickets will be available for THB2,300 before regular tickets go at THB2,600.

With the Bangkok show booked for August which looks a pretty clean slate to us, fans elsewhere who were made disappointed might hear good news soon. Watch this space as we bring you the latest.

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Formed in 2012, Nothing But Thieves are Conor Mason, Joe Langridge-Brown, Dominic Craig, Philip Blake and James Price. They quickly grabbed international attention with 2015’s debut album, featuring the hits “Itch”, “Trip Switch” and “If I Get High”. As a followup, the band released Broken Machine last September. The album peaked at number 2 in the UK and Australia. Here’s the latest single, “Particles”.

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