Nothing But Thieves have expanded their autumn tour, as they continue to show off their second album, Broken Machines.
Nothing But Thieves have been touring almost non-stop since the release of Broken Machines last autumn. We caught them at last year’s rain-soaked Y Not? Festival, when they were still teasing what was to come.
Since then, they’ve been all over the globe and recently played at Glasgow’s TRNSMT Festival. Nothing But Thieves announced earlier this year that they’ll be heading back to the UK later this fall for some more shows as part of their European tour.
The tour will see the ‘Amsterdam’ rockers hit Cardiff, Glasgow, London and Manchester’s O2 Apollo. They’ll take on the O2 Apollo on November 20th, which is the nearest show for those living on Merseyside. Their show in Birmingham’s O2 Academy on November 24th has already sold out, as well as their European shows in Amsterdam and Tilburg.
A band that always put on an electrifying show, they’re one of England’s best live indie bands out there right now. The quintet are set to play at Lollapalooza France this weekend and Benicassim today. They’re also heading down under for a tour across Australia, rounding out a busy couple of weeks for the band.
However, Nothing But Thieves have since took to Twitter to reveal a couple of extra shows as part of their autumn tour.
Rounding out the European leg of the tour, the band tweeted to ease their Irish fans minds that they’ll be returning to both Belfast and Dublin.
— Nothing But Thieves (@NBThieves) July 17, 2018
Nothing But Thieves will return to Belfast on 26th November, playing at The Limelight. Then they’ll travel down to Dublin to cap off their tour at The Academy on November 27th.
While tickets are on sale now, tickets for both Belfast and Dublin go on sale this Friday (July 20th) at 10am. You can get your tickets via Ticketmaster.