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16 July 2015, 11:18 | Updated: 16 July 2015, 11:51
The Britpop favourites will join forces with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra for a hometown show that marks two decades since their acclaimed debut album All Change.
The multi-platinum All Change spent more than a year in the charts and the show at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on 5 December 2015 will see a very special performance of it.
Other tracks from the band's impressive back catalogue will also be played as the band perform with the country's oldest surviving symphony orchestra.
All Change featured hits like Walkaway, Finetime and Alright - they'll all be given fresh orchestral arrangements for the occasion. Tickets are on sale now.
John Power comments on playing the hits: "When I’m singing some of the classic hits everything all goes a bit slow motion, the audience is getting on them and we're getting on them, something is happening.
"They’ve reached that point now where they feel ageless, and that a connection with part of me and part of you and a part of us all that is ageless doesn’t get older and has always been, and it's a reaffirming sort of place to be."