Tickets are just £1.99 for those who pre-order ‘Take Control’.
It’ll follow the release of their new album.
“We have nearly got album two done,” say the band.
“I’d like my paintings to excite and inspire other people,” Laurie explains.
Think The Matrix meets The Prodigy via Topman
Neck Deep and State Champs are also on the bill.
The two week jaunt will take place in April.
The duo say they can “pretty much guarantee” it’ll be out this year.
“I have woken up today and I am in a lot of pain,” he says in a statement.
In our November issue, we asked you for your Big Opinions on the last twelve months in music. You didn’t disappoint.
Crossfaith, Slaves, The 1975 and more are amongst the first ten acts announced for next year’s event.
The two bands are both nominated for this year’s prize.
The winner for ‘Album of the Year’ will be announced November 20th in a right fancy ceremony.