Taking place in February and playing some of their biggest headline shows to date, the four-piece will be bringing their deliciously dark bangers to the masses.
Speaking to us for our October 2019 issue about their debut, the group described how they “weren’t hiding behind anything on this album”, highlighting the coming-of-age context and dark subject matter as something they needed to explore. “This album feels like the album we had to do, and I don’t mean that in the sense of outside influences or that we had a deadline - I mean it in a very sentimental way. This is - as people - what we had to do at this time in our lives.”
Check out the full list of tour dates below:
06 - The Waterfront, Norwich
07 - Headrow House, Leeds
08 - Bodega, Nottingham
10 - Green Door Store, Brighton
11 - The Anvil, Bournemouth
13 - Boston Music Room, London
14 - Louisiana, Bristol
15 - The Cavern, Exeter
17 - Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
18 - Sound Basement, Liverpool
19 - Soup Kitchen, Manchester
21 - Think Tank, Newcastle
22 - The Attic Bar, Glasgow
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