The support slots, which include a massive London gig at Brixton Academy on 13th April, precede a run of UK and Irish headline shows that run through the latter half of April.
The band will then play a host of festivals throughout May.
Read our Class Of 2019 interview with the band here.
Watch the ‘Never Let Go’ video and view the tour dates below - new headline shows are in bold.
02 Glasgow, Barrowland*
03 Barrow In Furness, Barrow Library
04 Nottingham, Rock City*
05 Nottingham, Rock City*
06 Manchester, Victoria Warehouse*
08 Bristol, O2 Academy*
09 Sheffield, O2 Academy*
10 Birmingham, O2 Academy*
12 Southampton, Guildhall*
13 London, Brixton Academy*
17 Guildford, Boileroom
18 Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
19 Liverpool, Arts Club
20 Stockton, Stockton Calling
24 Oxford, Bullingdon
25 Bournemouth, 60 Million Postcards
26 Bedford, Esquires
27 Reading, Are You Listening? Festival
04 Live At Leeds
05 Leicester, Handmade Festival
06 Belfast, McHugh’s
07 Dublin, Whelan’s
25 Newcastle, This Is Tomorrow Festival
26 Warrington, Neighbourhood Weekender
*with Sundara Karma
Whenyoung play DIY's SXSW stage at the British Music Embassy at Latitude 30 on 11th March, where DIY is an official media partner. Visit diymag.com/presents for more information.
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