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No. Depends how well the most recent album does. As a one off date, you can look at it as a statement of intent, they're already at the Ally Pally stage, somehow. Isn't that big a jump...
Was at Reading/Leeds this year. Sheer amount of people wearing their t-shirts says otherwise.
That, and the fact that they are the only half-decent, newish, British band of their type is good enough reason. Plus they aint bad live.
but it's a clever marketing-y way of saying 'LOOK HOW BIG THIS BAND ARE!'
imagine there'll be quite a bumper support lineup too.
So i can't see why not. if they have fairly low prices I can see them selling it out.
Vaccines and 20,000 of their fans all in one place at the same time. People, people, people... surely this is an opportunity? :D