Booking now: Joyce Manor and Martha are touring the UK and Ireland together!

Joyce Manor and Martha are touring the UK and Ireland together!

The dream team are set to head across the countries in July.

Back in February, Joyce Manor released a cover The 6ths’ ‘Falling Out Of Love With You.’ Well, it’s hard to fall out of love with this pairing: as pop-punk rabble are headed to the UK for a string of dates, and they’re bringing Pity Me’s finest Martha along for the ride!

Speaking of the tour on Twitter, Martha posted: “we’re bloody going on bloody tour with bloody Joyce Manor.” Yeah, that excitement is 100% warranted! Kicking off in early July at London’s Scala, the terrific twosome will be headed off all around the country, taking in Oxford, Southampton, Leeds, Manchester, Glasgow and Bristol.

Along the way they’ll also pop across to Ireland to play at The Workmen’s Club in Dublin and are set to stop off near Martha’s home town, dropping into DSU Café in Durham. The Facebook event for the tour promises that the tickets will go on sale “early next week” so it could be the perfect way to dispel those post-Bank Holiday blues.

See all of Joyce Manor and Martha’s upcoming dates below. Read our interview with Joyce Manor from last year here.

JULY

04 London, Scala
05 Oxford, The Bullingdon
06 Southampton, The Joiners
07 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
08 Manchester, Rebelion Club
09 Durham, DSU Cafe
10 Glasgow, Stereo
11 Dublin, The Workmen’s Club
13 Bristol, Exchange
14 Brighton, The Haunt

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