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Paul Weller To Play New York City In May!



Paul Weller will return this spring for his only scheduled appearances in North America this year. Weller and his band will perform at a two-night stand at the Best Buy Theater in Times Square, New York on May 18-19. Tickets will go on sale this Wednesday, February 1st at Noon EST and can be purchased from Ticketmaster (Pre-Sale Password: Sonik) or on Friday at the Box Office.

Paul Weller's two New York shows will be in support of his upcoming album Sonik Kicks, which is scheduled for release on March 27 2012 on Yep Roc Records. The album is the follow up to the Mercury Prize Award nominated Wake Up The Nation and is also Paul's eleventh solo album.

Sonik Kicks features fourteen brand new tracks: "Green," "The Attic," "Kling I Klang," "Sleep of the Serene," "By the Waters," "That Dangerous Age," "Study in Blue," "Dragonfly," “When Your Garden's Overgrown," "Around The Lake," "Twilight," "Drifters," "Paperchase," and "Be Happy Children." Both Noel Gallagher and Graham Coxon appear as special guests on the album.

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