Natives have announced details of an extensive UK tour

There's seventeen dates in May and June plus an appearance at Common People Festival

Natives recently reached new audiences on tour with naughties pop throwbacks Busted

Natives have announced an extensive UK tour, encompassing 17 dedicated dates in May and June.

The alternative pop band’s biggest run of dates yet follows a recent support run with the reunited Busted.

Kicking off on 9 May in Bristol, it’ll take in every corner of the UK before a closing night performance in Bournemouth on 17 June.

Natives will also appear at Common People Festival in Southampton during the tour, on 28 May.

Natives released their moderately successful debut album Indoor War in 2014, and have recently been working on the follow-up.

Expected to be released this year, it’ll include recent single Warpaint plus 2016 releases Passion, Chasing Lions and Stop The Rain.

Natives UK Tour

May 9 – The Louisiana – Bristol, UK
May 10 – The Portland Arms – Cambridge, UK
May 11 – Waterfront – Norwich, UK
May 12 – Chinnerys – Southend, UK
May 13 – The Key Club – Leeds, UK
May 15 – The Hub – Plymouth, UK
May 17 – O2 Academy Birmingham – Birmingham, UK
May 18 – The Bodega – Nottingham, UK
May 21 – O2 Academy Newcastle – Newcastle, UK
May 22 – Tunnels – Aberdeen, UK
May 23 – King Tuts – Glasgow, UK
May 25 – Studio 2 – Liverpool, UK
May 28 – Common People Festival – Southampton, UK
June 12 – Clwb Ifor Bach – Cardiff, UK
June 14 – The Deaf Institute – Manchester, UK
June 15 – The Camden Assembly – London, UK
June 16 – Patterns – Brighton, UK
June 17 – The Winchester – Bournemouth, UK