News Yard Act announce Spring 2023 tour dates
They’ve also shared a live performance video for ‘Rich’.
Yard Act have announced their biggest headline shows to date for 2023, as well as sharing a live performance video for ‘Rich’.
Yard Act released their debut album ‘The Overload’ at the beginning of this year. In our review of the record, we said, “‘The Overload’ lives up to its hype with flying colours. Brilliantly constructed to unfurl like some sordid soap opera of Brexit Britain, it brims with vignettes populated by instantly-recognisable caricatures of the now.”
Revisit the full review here, and check out the new tour dates and video below.
See Yard Act live at the following dates:
22 | QMU, Glasgow, UK SOLD OUT
23 | NUSU, Newcastle, UK SOLD OUT
24 | O2 Academy, Leeds, UK SOLD OUT
25 | O2 Ritz, Manchester, UK SOLD OUT
26 | Marble Factory, Bristol, UK SOLD OUT
27 | Tramshed, Cardiff, UK SOLD OUT
29 | 1865, Southampton, UK SOLD OUT
30 | Chalk, Brighton, UK - SOLD OUT
01 | O2 Kentish Town Forum, London, UK SOLD OUT
07 | Rockaway Beach, Bognor Regis, UK
30 | Laneway Festival, Auckland, NZ
04 | Laneway Festival, Brisbane, AU
05 | Laneway Festival, Sydney, AU
10 | Laneway Festival, Adelaide, AU
11 | Laneway Festival, Melbourne, AU
12 | Laneway Festival, Perth, AU
26 | Vicar Street, Dublin
28 | Barrowlands, Glasgow
29 | Albert Hall, Manchester
04 | Brixton Academy, London
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