VIDEO: Welsh rockers The Stereophonics to play Plymouth Pavilions on March 23
THE Stereophonics are set to play at the Plymouth Pavilions in March.
The group will appear on Saturday March 23, after 15 years of chart success and touring virtually all over the world, chalking up five UK number one albums along the way.
The band have headlined at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium and spent time with rock's glitterati, from London to LA.
The Stereophonics comprise Kelly Jones on vocals and guitar, Richard Jones on bass, Adam Zindani on guitar and Jamie Morrison on drums.
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Following their Best Of compilation 'A Decade In the Sun', which sold over a million copies in 2008, and their last LP 'Keep Calm And Carry On', released in 2009, the group quit Universal Records.
The new album, 'Graffiti On The Train', will be the first on their own label Stylus records.
A screen-play written by Kelly Jones helped inspire the band's new record and gave the album its title.
Graffiti On The Train features 'We Share The Same Sun', one of the older songs written before the narrative storyline was fully completed, and the album's taster 'Violins And Tambourines' which was the first track to be posted online.
Tickets go on sale on Friday January 25 and are limited to four per customer costing £32.50 each.