Wu Lyf Plot US, Australia, Asia, and UK Live Dates

They’ll play five dates in the UK in March, while their worldwide shows span from January to April.

Wu Lyf have announced details of a massive tour, which will see them playing dates in the US, Australia, Singapore, Japan, New Zealand and the UK.

The Manchester band - who released their debut album ‘Go Tell Fire To The Mountain’ earlier this year - will play five shows in the UK throughout March, while their worldwide dates span from January through to April.

They’ll start off in Australia in January and February before heading on to play in New Zealand, Singapore and Japan. They then head back to the UK for shows in Manchester, Dublin, Glasgow, and two in London in March, before jetting off to North America to play a number of dates in the US.

Pitchfork note that the gaps in the band’s tour seem to allude to them playing at next year’s Coachella, which takes place from 13-15 April and 20-22 April.

Full dates of Wu Lyf’s tour can be found below.

28 Brisbane, Australia, Laneway Festival
30 Auckland, New Zealand, Laneway Festival

02 Melbourne, Australia, Prince of Wales
04 Melbourne, Australia, Laneway Festival
05 Sydney, Australia, Laneway Festival
06 Sydney, Australia, Metro Theatre
10 Adelaide, Australia, Laneway Festival
11 Perth, Australia, Laneway Festival
12 Singapore, Singapore, Laneway Festival
18 Ebisu, Japan, Ebisu Garden Hall

15 Manchester, HMV Ritz
17 Glasgow, SWG3
19 Dublin, Whelans
21 London, Heaven
22 London, Heaven

17 San Francisco, CA, The Independent
23 Washington, DC, Rock ‘N’ Roll Hotel
24 Philadelphia, PA, Union Transfer
26 Brooklyn, NY, Music Hall of Williamsburg
27 New York, NY, Bowery Ballroom
28 Boston, MA, Brighton Music Hall

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