Following their recent return with magnificent new single ‘Bad Friends’, Black Honey – the UK’s most loved upcoming indie band – have announced a massive autumn UK headline tour.
Black Honey are never happier than when they are on the road. Although most of the last 6 months they’ve been putting the finishing touches on their hotly awaited debut album, they’ve found time to warm up with a few regional UK dates recently to try some of the new material live. It was their first run of shows since they came off tour with Royal Blood at the end of 2017 – a tour that took them up a level, as they played to their biggest ever crowds in arena’s across the country.
Their summer is jam-packed with festival dates. Kicking off at London’s Finsbury Park on the 30th June in support of Queens of the Stone Age, they’ve got slots already confirmed at Latitude, TRUCK and Tramlines amongst others. All in preparation for their biggest ever headline tour of the UK in October. Taking in all the major cities, the band will play Birmingham’s O2 Academy2 on October 18th, before concluding the tour at London’s Electric Ballroom on October 24th.
Tickets for all dates go on sale this Friday (May 25th) at 10am.
Full list of dates as follows:
13 – Thekla, Bristol
14 – Concorde 2, Brighton
15 – O2 Academy2, Birmingham
16 – Norwich Arts Centre, Norwich
18 – Church, Leeds
19 – Riverside, Newcastle
20 – Stereo, Glasgow
21 – Academy 2, Manchester
23 – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
24 – Electric Ballroom, London
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