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I'VE MISSED YOU; Glasvegas James stood up by his girl after NY mix-up.

Byline: BEV LYONS

GLASVEGAS star James Allan has revealed how he was stood up on Valentine's Day - by his girlfriend.

But the rocker has laughed off the snub, insisting it gives him a per fect comeback for all her complaints about him.

Frontman James admitted the mystery New York-based girl is normally driven crazy by his antics. But as he jetted in to the city to spend Valentine's Day with her, she wasn't there to meet him.

James said: "It's ironic. My girlfriend is always complaining that I am never where I'm supposed to be, when I'm supposed to be.

"But it's a complete role reversal.

We were meant to be meeting in the Starbucks in the arrivals but she went to the wrong one. It's funny."

James was catching up with his girlfriend before his life turns hectic. The new Glasvegas album - Euphoric ///Heartbreak \\\ - is out on April 4, with single Euphoria, Take My Hand a week earlier.

And the band's tour will kick off in Aberdeen on April 23.

The album is mastered and almost ready. James said: "It's all done at last. We're just waiting for the artwork to be finished off. It will be great to get it out there."

Tickets go on sale this morning for the tour, which takes them across the UK and Ireland.

Scots dates are at Aberdeen's Music Hall, HMV Picture House, Edinburgh, on April 24, and the 02 Academy Glasgow the next night.

Tickets are on sale from 9am from www.gigsandtours.com - and they are sure to go fast.

Before that, the band have warm-up shows in Edinburgh, Glasgow and London on March 1, 2 and 3. They fol low last month's gigs in the Highlands and islands, when fans got their first chance to see new Swedish drummer Jonna Lofgren.

They also debuted three new songs, The World Is Yours, Shine Like Stars and Euphoria.

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Date:Feb 18, 2011
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