Joyce Manor may be currently celebrating the release of their brand new album ‘Never Hungover Again’ but they’re not content with stopping there: the band have now confirmed plans to return to the UK later this year.
The four-piece, who released their new record just this week through Epitaph Records, have announced a full UK and European tour this November, with support coming from Cheap Girls and Great Cynics.
Proceedings will kick off in Paris, France with the band making seven more stops around mainland Europe, before crossing over the channel and working their way around the UK. They’ll be playing shows in Leeds, Glasgow, Manchester, London, Southampton, Kingston and Bristol.
Tickets for fifteen-date tour will go on sale this Friday (25th July) at 9am, and the full show details can be found below.
03 Paris, Espace B
04 Hamburg, Hafenklang
05 Dresden, Chemiefabrik
06 Berlin, Cassiopeia
07 Trier, Exhaus
08 Dusseldorf, The Tube
09 Castricum, De Bakkerij
10 Antwerp, JC Kavka
11 Leeds, Cockpit 2
12 Glasgow, 13th Note
13 Manchester, Star & Garter
14 London, The Dome Tufnell Park
15 Southampton, Joiners
16 Kingston, Fighting Cocks
17 Bristol, The Exchange
The band have also unveiled their new video - a homemade effort - for 'The Jerk’, which you can check out below.
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