A little help from my friends: Wolf Alice announce supports for March tour, including Swim Deep, Spring King, Bloody Knees, Crows and more

Wolf Alice announce supports for March tour, including Swim Deep, Spring King, Bloody Knees, Crows and more

Massive tour just got even massiver.

Wolf Alice’s spring tour is fast approaching, and today they’ve shared the massive support bill they’ll be bringing along for the ride.

Swim Deep are special guests on the majority of the run, and they’ll be joined by Cambridge rabble rousers Bloody Knees, who are set to open most dates. Certain dates will see Crows (who just announced their debut EP), Spring King and Pretty Vicious join the fun, along with recent Hello 2016 fire starters Abattoir Blues and Fish. Read Abattoir Blues’ Hello 2016 report here, and Fish’s here.

The full run of dates is below, along with relevant supports for each date. Wolf Alice’s ace debut album ‘My Love Is Cool’ is also now available as a massive 25-track deluxe edition, because apparently this band only deal in HUGE now.

MARCH
04 Belfast, Mandela Hall
05 Dublin, Olympia Theatre
07 Stoke on Trent, Keele Students Union (w/ Swim Deep, Bloody Knees)
09 Liverpool, Arts Club (w/ Swim Deep, Bloody Knees)
10 Manchester, Academy (w/ Swim Deep, Bloody Knees)
11 Norwich, UEA LCR (w/ Crows, Bloody Knees)
13 Oxford, O2 Academy (w/ Swim Deep, Bloody Knees)
14 Portsmouth, Pyramids Centre (w/ Swim Deep, Bloody Knees)
16 Glasgow, Barrowland Ballroom (w/ Swim Deep, Bloody Knees)
17 York, Barbican (w/ Swim Deep, Bloody Knees)
19 Leeds, O2 Academy (w/ Swim Deep, Bloody Knees)
21 Folkestone, Leas Cliff Hall (w/ Swim Deep, Bloody Knees)
22 Brighton, Dome (w/ Swim Deep, Bloody Knees)
23 Nottingham, Rock City (w/ Swim Deep, Bloody Knees)
24 Cardiff, University (w/ Swim Deep, Bloody Knees)
26 London, Forum (w/ Crows)
27 London, Forum (w/ Spring King, Fish)
28 London, Forum (w/ Pretty Vicious, Abattoir Blues)
29 London, Forum (w/ Swim Deep, Bloody Knees)

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