On the telly: Watch Wolf Alice play ‘Sadboy’ on Colbert

Watch Wolf Alice play ‘Sadboy’ on Colbert

‘Visions Of A Life’ came to US telly.

Wolf Alice are begin a US tour supporting new album ‘Visions Of A Life’ tonight (1st December), and stopped by the Colbert studios (casual) for a performance of ‘Sadboy’.

The band’s US tour follows their huge, triumphant Alexandra Palace show at the end of last month, and comes before European and Australian shows at the start of next year.

View the dates below, and watch the band play ‘Sadboy’ on Colbert below.

Re-visit our September cover feature with the band here.

DECEMBER
01 Toronto, Danforth Music Hall
02 Montreal, L’Astral
04 Brooklyn, Brooklyn Steel
07 Pawtucket, The Met
08 Washington DC, 9:30 Club
09 Philadephia, Trocadero Theatre
11 Atlanta, Terminal West

JANUARY
04 Madrid, La Riviera
05 Barcelona, Apolo
08 Lyon, Ninkasi Kao
09 Frankfurt, Zoom
10 Munich, Amperey
12 Zurich, Plaza
13 Milan, Santeria Social Club
14 Vienna, Arena
16 Prague, Roxy
17 Warsaw, Hybrydy
19 Copenhagen, Vega Jr
20 Stockholm, Debaser Strand
21 Oslo, John Dee
29 Auckland, New Zealand (Laneway Festival)

FEBRUARY
02 Adelaide , Australia (Laneway Festival)
03 Melbourne, Australia (Laneway Festival)
04 Sydney, Australia (Laneway Festival)
10 Brisbane, Australia (Laneway Festival)
11 Fremantle, Australia (Laneway Festival)

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