In just a couple of weeks, Ride will be releasing ‘Weather Diaries’, their first album in over 20 years and it’s already shaping up to be worth the wait.
In support of the new album, the band have now announced a full UK tour! Taking place in November, the jaunt will kick off at London’s Kentish Town Forum on 7th November before they head off to Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Liverpool and Newcastle. The run rounds off at Edinburgh’s Queens Hall on 14th November. Tickets for the dates are on pre-sale from the band’s website at 10am on 5th June.
Recently, we also caught up with the band’s Andy Bell to talk about musical obsessions, from Sleaford Mods to Mica Levi and The Cure. Read the whole New Tricks article here.
See all of Ride’s newly announced tour dates and revisit recent single ‘All I Want’ below.
07 London, O2 Forum Kentish Town
08 Birmingham, O2 Institute
09 Bristol, SWX
10 Leeds, Beckett Students Union
12 Liverpool, O2 Academy 1
13 Newcastle, Boiler Shop
14 Edinburgh, Queens Hall
Ride will play Latitude (13th-16th July) and Sziget (9th-16th August), where DIY is an official media partner. Tickets are on sale now. Visit diymag.com/presents for more information.
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