Boston Manor have announced they are rescheduling the dates of their UK tour until early 2022.
Movements and Jools as support.
You can read a full statement from the band, explaining their reasoning for the decision:
“We have come to the difficult decision to reschedule our UK tour until Feb 2022. These are the new dates and we are excited to add Movements & Jools.
All tickets remain valid for these new dates.
Tours take a lot of work and time to rescheduled and we have been working on this since the emergence of the Delta Variant. We didn’t want to run the risk of cancelling the tour late on you guys yet again so 2022 feels like we will all be fully out of the woods and our fans can see us in the safest way for the rowdiest shows possible.
We were not willing to let COVID destroy a second year for our band entirely, we’ve been busy in the studio and will have new music for you soon as well as soon announcing a USA tour for later this year as America has been in a much more open state for the last couple of months.
Again, that took months to put together.
We have also started a new Twitch channel recently so join us over there if you can at twitch.tv/bstmnruk.
Thanks for understanding, we realise it’s not ideal but we are doing the best we can in what are uncertain times.”
Here are the dates:
Check out the tour dates below.
10 – LONDON Electric Brixton 11 – MANCHESTER Academy 2 12 – NEWCASTLE St Doms 13 – GLASGOW Garage 15 – LEEDS Stylus 16 – BRISTOL SWX 17 – BIRMINGHAM Academy 2 18 – SOUTHAMPTON 1865
As December Falls have a UK tour coming up this year in support of their soon to be released record, ‘Happier’.
But there’s something else. You could open for them.
The band have launched a contest to find bands to open for them in every city they’re going to play in.
There’s 13 dates on the tour so there’s 13 bands that have the chance to open up for them.
The band explain:
“The last 15 months have been really tough for everyone in the live industry and most musicians have had to put their careers on hold all together. We’ve done our best to adapt to the challenges of covid and lockdown and we can’t thank our fans enough for helping us get through it – it’s been tough!
It got us thinking about all the fledgling acts that have been sitting at home, writing tons of new music, bummed out about not being able to rehearse, record or play live as regularly as we did when we first started out.
So when it came to putting our headline tour together, we knew we wanted to try and find the best new bands in each city to join us for a long overdue live show in their hometown.”
Twin Atlantic have joined up with the Music Venues Trust and The National Lottery as part of their Revive Live Tour for some smaller UK shows than they’re used to.
Support is set to come from Lucia & The Best Boys for the first three shows and Wren for the fourth show.
This will be the bands first headlining dates since they were forced to reschedule their tour last year in support of their latest record, ‘POWER’.
Here are the tour dates.
18th – Waterfront, Norwich
19th – Bodega, Nottingham
26th – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
28th – Joiners, Southampton
We’ve played nearly every small independent venue up & down the UK & it’s an honour to get to perform these one-off headline shows with @musicvenuetrust to shine a light on how vital these cultural hotspots are. Ticket info > pic.twitter.com/QOAcFbpLtv
Hot Milk have announced dates of a headline UK tour for September 2021 in support of their forthcoming EP, ‘I Just Wanna Know What Happens When I’m Dead’.
The band have also confirmed tickets purchased for their January UK tour dates, which were subsequently cancelled for obvious reasons due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, will remain valid for their respective rescheduled dates.
You can check out the band’s full list of UK tour dates below.
08th – Glasgow, Cathouse 10th – Manchester, Academy 2 11th – Birmingham, O2 Institute 2 12th – Leeds, The Key Club 14th – Nottingham, Bodega 15th – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach 16th – London, O2 Academy Islington
Remaining tickets for the tour will go on sale from 10AM on Wednesday 16th June 2021 and can be purchased via the following link.
An upcoming show at the Leadmill in Sheffield has been announced in memory of a beloved member of the underground scene in the UK.
Ant Allen, whom passed away earlier this year, was known as the drummer of a plethora of bands over the years, including the incredible Dead Harts. He was also the mastermind and creative force behind clothing company Skull And Bones Boys Club.
The show is set to take place in Sheffield at The Leadmill on September 25 and will be headlined by Devil Sold His Soul, who Ant toured alongside with Dead Hartsand who will also be reforming for the show.
The line-up also includes Landscapes, Bad Sign, Death + Taxes, Hell Can Wait and Newmeds, with another band to still be confirmed.
All proceeds from the show will be donated to Project 6 Sheffield and Music Minds Matter.