The Four Gigs Line Up With Their Scheduled Festival Appearances 

It will be their first gigs since 2019, and a great warm up for their upcoming Arena tour!

Having last played at Leeds Festival in 2019, the duo have announced their comeback to performing live. The run of four gigs starts in a little over 2 weeks time in Bristol. Not only will it be their first run of gigs since 2019, but also their first gigs since they released the critically acclaimed ‘Typhoons’ album earlier this year.

The dates lineup nicely with the bands scheduled performances at Tramlines and Victorious Festival, and fans who preordered the album will be sent an access code to the pre-sale for tickets to the intimate dates. Pre-sale opened this morning at 9am, with general sale starting on Friday at 9am. For the dates, they will be supported by fellow Brighton group, Tigercub.

The full schedule for their upcoming dates is;

JULY 2021
21 – Bristol, O2 Academy (JUST ADDED)
22 – Newcastle, O2 Academy (JUST ADDED)
24 – Sheffield, Tramlines Festival (HEADLINERS)

27 – Norwich, UEA (JUST ADDED)
28 – Hastings, White Rock Theatre (JUST ADDED)
29 – Portsmouth, Victorious Festival (HEADLINERS)

Next year, the band will embark on their biggest European tour to date, which starts in March. They will then return to the UK for an incredible run of arena dates, including their biggest show yet, at the O2 in London. Throughout the 2022 tour, they will be supported by The Amazons. Remaining tickets for these dates are available HERE!

The tour schedule for 2022 looks like this;

MARCH 2022
25th – Bournemouth, International Centre
26th – Birmingham, Utilita Arena
27th – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
29th – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
30th – London, The O2

APRIL 2022
1st – Leeds, First Direct Arena
2nd – Manchester, AO Arena
3rd – Glasgow, SSE Hydro
The Brighton duo continued their incredible success with their latest album, making it 3 in 3 for their albums hitting top spot on release. They’ve achieved 2 million global sales, won numerous awards, including a BRIT award, and show no signs of slowing down!

Feature image credit: Joeseth Carter.