Rolo Tomassi Release New Record, ‘Where Myth Becomes Memory’

Today Rolo Tomassi have dropped their brand new record, ‘Where Myth Becomes Memory’ via MNRK.

Already hugely acclaimed, this album is a finale to their trilogy that began with ‘Grievances’ (2015) and ran through ‘Time Will Die And Love Will Bury It’ (2018), with all three albums being produced by long term collaborator, Lewis Johns.

The band have also announced a special, one-off pop up shop in Brighton on 12th February at Studio 103 on Queens Place, Brighton between 12pm and 6pm. The whole band will be in attendance giving out free Rolo Tomassi beers and doughnuts, selling exclusive merch, signing albums, running competition and give aways, and much more. Entry is free.

Live wise, ROLO TOMASSI have already been announced on this summers return of 2000trees Festival (as a UK festival exclusive for 2022), and have a full UK tour for February 2022 announced and on sale now. A FULL list of all ROLO TOMASSI UK dates are below, support will be Pupil Slicer and Heriot.

Check out the Cover Art, Tracklisting and order links below.

1. Almost Always
2. Cloaked
3. Mutual Ruin
4. Labyrinthine
5. Closer
6. Drip
7. Prescience
8. Stumbling
9. To Resist Forgetting
10. The End Of Eternity

Orders for the new record, ‘Where Myth Becomes Memory’ are available via the following link.

And as for the tour dates, here they are.

February 2022
Wednesday 16th – Southampton, The loft
Thursday 17th – Birmingham, Mama Roux
Friday 18th – Sheffield, Network 2*
Saturday 19th – Glasgow, Cathouse*
Monday 21st – Nottingham Rescue Rooms 
Tuesday 22nd – Manchester Club Academy
Wednesday 23rd – Bristol Fleece 
Thursday 24th – London Oval Space
(*Heriot only)

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