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While She Sleeps announce winter 2024 UK tour

While She Sleeps have announced details of a nine-date winter 2024 UK tour – buy your tickets here.The metalcore five-piece have included two dates at London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town, as well as stops in Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Bristol and their native Sheffield.This weekend saw the band appear at Download Festival, before they embark on a series of European dates across the summer. In the autumn, they’re heading to Australia and Japan, and will round the year off by coming back to Europe and then the UK.Support on the new dates is set to come from Connecticut metallers Current, Swedish metallic hardcore band Thrown, and French metalcore quartet Resolve.While She Sleeps are touring their sixth album, ‘Self Hell’, which came out in March.
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Declan McKenna announces summer 2024 UK headline tour dates
Declan McKenna has announced a short run of shows across the UK for this summer.Between his various dates at festivals including Glastonbury, Boardmasters, TRNSMT Festival, Truck, Y Not and more in support of his third album ‘What Happened To The Beach?’, McKenna will be playing five headline shows.He will perform two July gigs in Halifax and Bridlington, while further shows in Bexhill, Nottingham and Edinburgh will take place in August.Tickets are on sale now – grab yours here and check out the full list of dates below.A post shared by Declan Mckenna (@thedeclanmckenna)Declan McKenna’s summer 2024 tour dates are:JULY27 – Halifax, Victoria Theatre28 – Bridlington, SpaAUGUST9 – Bexhill, De La Warr Pavilion11 – Nottingham, Rock City12 – Edinburgh, Playhouse Theatre In a four-star review of McKenna’s latest record, NME wrote: “On ‘What Happened To The Beach?’, perfectionism is released to make space to revel in creativity, resulting in a truly joyful effort.”McKenna said in a recent interview with NME that he’d found the process of making the album “quite empowering”, adding: “[It] has made me feel like I’m capable of executing different kinds of songs.“I see every album of mine as an opportunity to make something that I’m proud of, as well as an opportunity to learn from different people along the way.
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Bob Vylan announce ‘Humble As The Sun’ 2024 UK and European tour
Bob Vylan have announced a new UK and European tour – see the full list of tour dates below.Yesterday (May 20), Bob Vylan took to social media to announce the UK and European leg of the ‘Humble As The Sun’ tour. The tour will see the pair of Bobby Vylan and Bobbie Vylan perform over 20 headlining shows across the UK and Europe in just over a month, including stops in Cardiff, Manchester, London, Berlin, Prague, Paris and more.OCTOBER22 – Chalk – Brighton, UK23 – Guildhall – Portsmouth, UK25 – Marble Factory – Bristol, UK26 – University – Plymouth, UK27 – Great Hall – Cardiff, UK29 – NX – Newcastle, UK30 – SWG3 Galvanizers – Glasgow, UK31 – Leadmill – Sheffield, UKNOVEMBER02 – Academy – Manchester, UK03 – O2 Institute – Birmingham, UK05 – Rock City – Nottingham, UK07 – Brixton Electric – London, UK17 – Luxor – Cologne, DE18 – Headcrush – Hamburg, DE20 – Frannz – Berlin, DE21 – Transformator – Wroclaw, PL22 – Bike Jesus – Prague, CZ23 – Kulturquartier – Stuttgart, DE25 – Petit Bain – Paris, FR27 – Patronaat – Haarlem, NL28 – Trix Hall – Antwerp, BEPre-sale tickets for the tour will be available on Wednesday (May 22) and Thursday (May 23) via the official Bob Vylan website.
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Cradle Of Filth announce autumn 2024 UK and Ireland tour
Cradle Of Faith have announced a UK and Ireland tour for later this year, conveniently taking place around Halloween.The 11-date ‘By Order Of The Dragon’ run will lick off on October 27 at Bristol’s O2 Academy and they will be stopping by London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town on All Hallows Eve itself. The tour also includes a show at Manchester’s Damnation Festival and a few shows later, the metal band will later sign off on November 8 at Newcastle’s NX.They will be supported by Butcher Babies and High Parasite.You can see the full list of dates below and buy your tickets here.OCTOBER27 – Bristol, O2 Academy28 – Bournemouth, O2 Academy29 – Birmingham, O2 Institute31 – London, O2 Forum Kentish TownNOVEMBER1 – Swansea, Patti Pavilion2 – Manchester, Damnation Festival3 – Nottingham, Rock City5 – Belfast, Limelight6 – Dublin, Academy7 – Glasgow, SWG38 – Newcastle, NXEarlier this year, Cradle Of Faith gave fans an update on when to expect the release of their long-awaited collaboration with Ed Sheeran.The collaboration was first revealed in 2021, when the band’s frontman Dani Filth revealed that he had been in touch with the pop star and that Sheeran had invited him “up to his place”.Work on the track was progressing in 2022 according to Filth, with work then halted due to Sheeran becoming a father.
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The Libertines announce autumn 2024 UK and Ireland tour
The Libertines have announced a 2024 UK and Ireland tour kicking off in September – find all the details below.The band will be embarking on a 16-date tour in support of new album ‘All Quiet On The Eastern Esplanade‘ (out March 15), opening at Dublin’s 3Olympia Theatre on September 23, before continuing onto UK shows in Birmingham, Bristol, Liverpool and more.Pete Doherty, Carl Barat and co. will then play two nights at London’s Roundhouse on October 30 and 31, before performing their remaining shows in early November, concluding at the Albert Hall Manchester on November 7.Fans can pre-order the new album here to get ticket pre-sale access from 9am GMT on Wednesday (February 21), while general sale tickets can be purchased from 9am GMT Friday (February 23) here.A post shared by The Libertines (@thelibertines)SEPTEMBER23 – Dublin, 3Olympia Theatre24 – Belfast, The Telegraph BuildingOCTOBER3 – Birmingham, O2 Academy4 – Norwich, UEA5 – Cambridge, The Corn Exchange7 – Cardiff, Great Hall8 – Bristol, O2 Academy18 – Glasgow, Barrowland Ballroom19 – Liverpool, Mountford Hall21 – Nottingham, Rock City22 – Leeds, O2 Academy30 – London, Roundhouse31 – London, RoundhouseNOVEMBER4 – Sheffield, The Octagon5 – Newcastle, NX7 – Manchester, Albert HallThe Libertines spoke to NME in October last year about ‘All Quiet On The Eastern Esplanade’, with Barat explaining that they were all “facing in the same direction” for this record.Doherty elaborated: “All we want to do is write beautiful songs.
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American Football announce 2024 UK tour dates
American Football have announced four UK shows for 2024 to celebrate 25 years of their self-titled debut album – check out the details below.The US midwestern emo pioneers are set to headline Outbreak Festival in Manchester on June 30, before they return in September for three shows at Rock City in Nottingham (11), Glasgow’s Barrowland Ballroom (12) and the Roundhouse in London (14).The shows will celebrate the 25th anniversary of their 1999 self-titled debut album, also known as ‘LP1’.Pre-sale for the September dates go live at 10am GMT on Wednesday (January 31), before general sale at 9am GMT on Friday (February 2), and you can buy yours here.A post shared by American Football (@americfootball)JUNE30 – Manchester, UK, Outbreak FestivalSEPTEMBER11 – Nottingham, UK, Rock City 12 – Glasgow, UK, Barrowland Ballroom14 – London, UK, RoundhouseAnnouncing the shows on social media, American Football wrote: “We’re thrilled to be going back to the UK this summer / fall for a few very very special shows to commemorate the 25th anniversary of LP1!”A press release also teases more 25th anniversary celebrations from the band in the coming months.American Football formed in Urbana, Illinois in 1997 by frontman Mike Kinsella, guitarist Steve Holmes and drummer Steve Lamos.They released their self-titled album in 1999, which would go on to become one of the most acclaimed albums in the emo genre of the era. They broke up one year later, before reforming in 2014 with Kinsella’s cousin Nate on bass, releasing two more self-titled albums in 2016 and 2019.Last year, American Football purchased the house from their iconic self-titled album art.
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