The band is set to play a string shows around the UK as part their ‘The Darker The Shadow The Brighter The Light’ tour.

Running from 19-26 April, Mike Skinner and his group will be on stage in Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester, Leeds and London. 

Writing on his Instagram page, Mike Skinner wrote: “Spoken to my band! Told them we need to sing the old songs! On sale 9am Friday 13th.”

However, minutes after going on sale the in-demand shows appeared to be sold out, with tickets appearing on secondary reselling websites with the original £50 ticket prices jumping to prices as high as £200. 

Fans have taken to Twitter and Instagram in their droves to express their anger and disappointment about failing to get their hands on the tickets. 

One user wrote: “Gutted! Not paying £150 for a ticket.”

Another said: “So angry 9.02 and tickets sold out now up on fake sites charging a fortune!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”

A third commented: “U okay with all these reselling sites having all your tickets and charging your real fans £200?!?”

Others begged Mike Skinner to add more dates to the tour, writing: “Help a fellow Brummie out please boss?? I’ll hold your bags for you in exchange for a ticket!!”

The Streets last toured in 2011 in support their fifth album, Computers and Blues.

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