Fresh from announcing details of a UK and European tour, Of Monsters and Men have showcased a new cut from their forthcoming album ‘Beneath The Skin’.
The band, who are gearing up to release the follow-up to their debut ‘My Head Is An Animal on 8th June through Island Records, have revealed ‘I Of The Storm’, the heartwrenching lyric video for which you can watch below.
The new track also accompanies news of nine UK shows, due to take place in November.
The band will kick things off Sentrum Scene in Oslo, Norway on 29th October, and will perform in Stockholm, Copenhagen, Paris, Vienna, Florence and Winterthur before crossing the channel to play the shows across the UK and Ireland. They’ll then make stops in the likes of Glasgow, Manchester and Bristol, as well as a huge show at O2 Academy Brixton.
Their upcoming tour dates (including their show in London this June) are as follows.
16 The Forum, London
29 Oslo, Norway / Sentrum Scene
30 Stockholm, Sweden / Münchenbryggeriet
31 Copenhagen, Denmark / Vega
04 Paris, France / Zenith
09 Vienna, Austria / Vienna Gasometer
10 Florence, Italy / Obihall
13 Winterthur, Switzerland / Eishalle
18 Manchester, UK / Academy
19 Birmingham, UK / O2 Academy
20 Bristol, UK / O2 Academy
22 Dublin, Ireland / The Olympia Theatre
23 Glasgow, UK / Barrowland
24 London, UK / O2 Academy Brixton
26 Newcastle, UK / O2 Academy
27 Sheffield, UK / O2 Academy
Tickets for the tour go on sale next Friday (8th May) at 9am.
Listen to ‘I Of The Storm’ below.
Of Monsters and Men will play Best Kept Secret (19th - 21st June), Open’er (1st - 4th July) and Bilbao BBK Live (9th - 11th July), where DIY is an official media partner. Tickets are on sale now. Visit diymag.com/presents for more information.
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