Booking now Deaf Havana announce 2019 UK & Irish dates

Deaf Havana announce 2019 UK & Irish dates

The dates follow the band’s Brixton Academy show this December.

Deaf Havana are bringing new album ‘Rituals’ to London’s Brixton Academy next month, and have now announced new UK dates for next year.

The new dates begin in Cardiff on 15th March and finish up in Dublin on the 31st of the month.

The band recently released a new video for album track ‘Worship’, described by its director Sedlec Ossuary as “the internalisation of error - the never-ending cycle of anamnesis and atonement for ones priors. As we move outside - both metaphorically and physically - to be illuminated and exposed to the elements, we begin to embrace who we are and our mistakes; as they are present for all to see.”

View the new tour dates and watch the ‘Worship’ video below. Read our interview with the band all about ‘Rituals’ here.

DECEMBER
07 London, Brixton Academy

MARCH
15 Cardiff, Great Hall
16 Portsmouth, Pyramids
17 Bristol, O2 Academy
19 Nottingham, Rock City
21 Glasgow, SWG3
22 Aberdeen, Unit 51
24 Middlesbrough, Empire
25 Manchester, Albert Hall
27 Sheffield, Leadmill
28 Birmingham, O2 Academy
31 Dublin, Academy Green Room

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