The Murder Capital announce more UK headline dates

​The Murder Capital announce more UK headline dates​

A July run is set to follow the Dublin band’s current run of May shows.

Exciting Dublin newcomers The Murder Capital are currently out on a UK headline tour, and have now added new dates for this July.

The band play Sheffield on their current run tonight (1st May), and after playing a sold out gig at London’s Lexington in a few weeks they’ll return in July for even bigger shows.

Last week, the band shared new track and video ‘Green & Blue’.

Read our Neu feature with the band here.

View the existing and new dates below.

1st May - Picture House Social Club - Sheffield, UK
3rd May - Soup Kitchen - Manchester, UK
4th May - Live At Leeds - Leeds, UK
5th May - Handmade Festival - Leicester, UK
8th May - The Jericho Tavern - Oxford, UK
9th May – Prince Albert, Music From Ireland Showcase - Brighton, UK
9th May – Paganini Ballroom, BBC Sounds Stage - Brighton, UK
10th May – Green Door Store, Cool Brother Stage - Brighton, UK
11th May - Eastbound Festival, Whelan’s - Dublin, IRE (SOLD OUT)
14th May - Nice N Sleazy - Glasgow, UK
15th May - The Polar Bear - Hull, UK
16th May - The Lexington - London, UK (SOLD OUT)
17th May - Hy-Brasil - Bristol, UK

13th July - Heartbreakers - Southampton, UK
14th July - Citadel Festival - London, UK
15th July - The Portland Arms - Cambridge, UK
16th July - The Boiler Room - Guildford, UK
18th July - Valkhof Festival - Nijmegen, NL
19th July - Latitude Festival - Beccles, UK
20th July - The Independent - Sunderland, UK
21st July - Doune The Rabbit Hole - Port of Meredith, UK
23rd July - The Crescent - York, UK
24th July - The Cookie - Leicester, UK
25th July - The Arts Club - Liverpool, UK

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