New Hope Club have today announced their 2020 UK headline tour, scheduled for April. The tour will see the trio play their biggest UK venues to date.

Tickets go on sale at 5pm today, here.

The announcement comes ahead of their debut album, set for release in February, via Virgin EMI Records.

2020 will see rising trio New Hope Club take the world by storm, when they embark on a UK headline tour in April where they will perform at the biggest UK venues they have played to date! The band will kick things off at Dublin’s Olympia Theatre on 5th April, and then make their way around cities including Birmingham, London’s Eventim Apollo and Manchester before wrapping things up at Glasgow’s SWG3 on 16th April. The band have said of the announcement,

“We are beyond excited to tour our debut album in April 2020. This will be a breakthrough tour for us; our biggest headline shows to date in the UK & Ireland and just the start of what we hope will be a massive year. We can’t wait to get back out there and play.”

Showing no signs of slowing down, New Hope Club are also gearing up to release their highly anticipated debut album, in February 2020 via Virgin EMI Records. Pre-orders are already flooding in, displaying early signs of great success around the trio’s debut. Last year’s Welcome To The Club EP hit number one in 10 countries, including UK, Germany and Singapore. Pre-order the debut album here.

See New Hope Club live:

5.4.20 – Olympia Theatre, Dublin
9.4.20 – O2 Institute, Birmingham
11.4.20 – Eventim Apollo, London
14.4.20 – O2 Ritz, Manchester
16.4.20 – SWG3, Glasgow

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