“Given we should be seeing 100,000 of you fans on this tour we thought we’d bring forward the release of a record we made at the end of last year.”
Elbow recently scored their third UK No. 1 album when their eighth album 'Giants Of All Sizes' topped the charts in October.
Elbow previously hit the top with 'The Take Off And Landing Of Everything' in 2014 and 'Little Fictions' in 2017.
The new song also features on the band's new album, 'Giants Of All Sizes'.
The shows kick off at Belfast’s Waterfront Hall on 29 March and wrap up with two nights at London’s Eventim Apollo on 27 and 28 April.
The new tracks is an addition to the band’s headline festival sets over the summer, including a massive, sold out, homecoming show at Castlefield Bowl in July.
Frontman Guy Garvey describes the record as “an angry, old blue lament which finds its salvation in family, friends, the band and new life.”
The Mancunian band delivers a sweeping, seven-minute long track, that offers an “epic melding of ominous, creeping grooves and deity denying lyrics”.
The new release celebrates the tenth anniversary of their original performance with the BBC Concert Orchestra.
The new single precedes Armstrong's new album 'Sun On You' set for release on 7 September.
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Elbow have unveiled 'Magnificent (She Says),' the first track from their much-anticipated seventh studio release Little Fictions.
Ramblin’ Man Fair’s brand new bespoke pub sign is a crowning addition to rock music’s long relationship with booze.
Guy Garvey of Elbow will have his first solo album, ‘Courting The Squall,’ released by Polydor on October 30, with some live dates to support it.
Bob Geldof and Midge Ure are organising a fourth incarnation of Band Aid’s ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas’ to raise funds for the fight against Ebola.