Boyzone Announce Miccoli As Special Guests On Their ‘Thank You & Goodnight’ Farewell Tour

Birmingham alternative indie band Miccoli continue to break new ground. Known for their beautifully blended harmonies, ethereal tones, and striking visual artistry, these rising stars are set to take the stage with legendary band Boyzone, as the latter undertake their farewell ‘Thank You & Goodnight’ UK arena tour, which starts 20 January 2019.

Miccoli, comprising twin brothers Adriano and Alessio, and their sister Francesca, formed their band in 2010, and are known for their close harmonies and award-winning music videos, which they shoot, direct, produce, and edit themselves through their own video production company. Additionally they’re singer-songwriters, as well as classically trained musicians. For the second year running the group has been recognised by the Birmingham Film Festival, with the award for Best Music Video, for their song, ‘Ledge’. Here they are pictured with Duran Duran’s Nick Rhodes, shortly after being presented with their award:

During the tour Miccoli will be performing tracks from their debut album, ‘Arrhythmia’, which will be launched on Monday April 1, 2019.

Quite understandably Miccoli are thrilled to be supporting Boyzone. Speaking about the tour, they said,

“We are so excited to be supporting Boyzone on their farewell tour. It’s pretty bonkers that we get to share this moment with them, celebrating their amazing career and their music that has been the soundtrack to so many people’s lives. Roll on 2019!”

Miccoli have spent the past few years touring and living all over the world, through which they’ve developed their unique style, which they are now set to bring to the stage. The video for their song, ‘Ledge’, will be released on January 7, 2019. Until that time, watch the award-winning clip for their track, ‘Idle Stranger’:

Miccoli - Idle Stranger (Official Music Video)

Miccoli will be joining Boyzone on the following tour dates:

20th – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
21st – Hull, Bonus Arena
23rd – Belfast, SSE Arena
24th – Dublin, 3Arena
26th – Glasgow, SSE Hydro
27th – Liverpool, Echo Arena
29th – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
30th – Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena

1st – Leeds, First Direct Arena
2nd – Manchester, Arena
4th – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
5th – Brighton, Centre
7th – London, The O2
8th – Birmingham, Genting Arena
9th – Bournemouth, International Centre
10th – Bournemouth, International Centre
12th – Glasgow, SSE Hydro
13th – Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena
15th – Brighton, Centre
16th – London, SSE Arena Wembley

For more information about Miccoli, see their offiical website.

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