The Northern Irish punk rock band will play in Limelight, Belfast on December 1, before making their way to The Academy, Dublin on December 2.
Having celebrated their 40th Anniversary with a tour in 2016, The Undertones have kept the gigging going well into 2017. They'll be playing in Belfast and Dublin this weekend, and we can't wait to welcome them back!
Tickets from €25, including booking fee, are still available. See theundertones.com for more details.
Have a listen to what made the lads famous in the first place...
John Peel's favourite ever song and not hard to understand why. Timeless teenage frustration in 2 and a half minutes of raucous pop punk heaven. Play it loud and feel free to pogo -- you know you want to.
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