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90s band Sum 41 have just announced a UK tour including Dublin date

Published 30/09/2015 | 12:23

CLEVELAND, OH - JULY 22: (L-R) Cone McCaslin, Frank Zummo, Deryck Whibley, and Tom Thacker of Sum 41 attend the 2015 Journeys AP Music Awards
CLEVELAND, OH - JULY 22: (L-R) Cone McCaslin, Frank Zummo, Deryck Whibley, and Tom Thacker of Sum 41 attend the 2015 Journeys AP Music Awards

First we had Wheatus on the Ray D'Arcy Show and now Sum 41 announce a Dublin date. Did we miss something?

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The Canadian rockers will play the Academy on February 10 next year as well as seven UK dates.

They've been on the go since 1996 but released their debut album All Killer No Filler in 2001, which brought the joys of Fat Lip and the title track to our ears.

The following year they released Does This Look Infected? and in 2004 they released Chuck which boasted the singles 'The Hell Song' and 'Still Waiting'.

Two more albums followed and the band are still touring with more than 300 performances every year.

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