The bands will play the Passport: Back To The Bars shows, added to a line-up that already includes Bastille and Andy Bell and Mark Gardener of Ride
Guy Garvey (vocals), Richard Jupp (drums), Craig Potter (keys), Mark Potter (guitar) and Pete Turner (bass) make up English rockers Elbow.
Formed in 1990, it was 11 years until Mercury Music Prize and BRIT nominated debut album 'Asleep In The Back' was released. In 2013 Guy Garvey announced the band are working on a new album, and are set for a UK arena tour in 2014.
The Official Chart Company has confirmed the bestselling albums of 2014 included George Ezra, Paolo Nutini and Arctic Monkeys.
Guy Garvey and Pete Turner of Elbow take XFM's John Kennedy through their sixth album.
Jo Good talks to Elbow's Guy Garvey and Pete Turner about the new album The Take Off And Landing Of Everything.
XFM picks 100 of the very best indie love songs, some lovely, some bittersweet.
19 January is being tagged "Blue Monday" - the most miserable day of the year. XFM says: embrace the darker side of music, from Joy Division to Radiohead.
The beautiful new single from the album The Take Off And Landing Of Everything.
As king of the festivals, pretty much anything Elbow write sounds like summer. New York Morning is no exception.
Elbow: Top Three Downloads
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Ireland's Longitude Festival To Be Headlined By Hozier and Alt-J
Catfish And The Bottlemen Announce Second Date At Brixton Academy
The 5 Best Songs Of The Week (19 January 2015)
Come on guys, we can do this. We can get through January. We're nearly there. Listen to these great new tracks and before you know it, Spring will be here!
ALBUM OF THE WEEK: The Charlatans - Modern Nature
Twenty-five years after their debut Some Friendly, the band's twelfth outing is a tribute to their late drummer, Jon Brookes.
The 5 Best Songs Of The Week (12 January 2015)
From new Noel Gallagher to slick sounds from Amber Run and Slaves, banish bad January thoughts with some sparkling fresh music.
Let Me See Your Hands! XFM's Biggest Gigs
When bands get bigger, so do their audiences. XFM looks at some of the most, enormous shows played by our favourite acts... Were you there?
XFM's best songs about flying
On 21 January 1976, Concorde began its first commercial service as a supersonic airline. XFM takes a look at some of the greatest ever songs about flying, planes and travelling at the speed of sound.