New live dates added in August / Sept
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Following a series of shows at SXSW, Canadian indie-pop band Alvvays have added further live dates for September this year. Shows have been added in York, Sheffield, Cardiff, Bristol, Nottingham, Brighton and Glasgow, following shows at Reading and Leeds Festival. Tickets will be available on Wed 1st April.
The band will also play previously announced dates in September in Manchester and finishing with a huge headline show at O2 Shepherds Bush Empire. Tickets are available now.
Alvvays released one of 2014’s most talked about debuts, with the albums placing highly in the favourite album lists from outlets including Rolling Stone, NME, DIY and Best Fit, and their track ‘Archie, Marry Me’ ranking as one of the year’s best songs from the likes of Pitchfork, NME and Drowned In Sound.
Full list of dates:
28th August Richfield Ave Reading Festival Tickets
29th August Bramham Park Leeds Festival Tickets
30th August York The Duchess Tickets available 1stApril
31st August Sheffield The Leadmill Tickets available 1stApril
1st September Cardiff The Globe Tickets available 1stApril
2nd September Bristol Fleece Tickets available 1stApril
3rd September Nottingham Rescue Rooms Tickets available 1stApril
5th September Stradbally, IRE Electric Picnic Festival Tickets
6th September Larmer Tree Gardens End of the Road Festival Tickets
7th September Brighton Concorde 2 Tickets available 1stApril
9th September Glasgow Oran Mor Tickets available 1st April
10th September Manchester Academy 2 Tickets
11th September London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire Tickets
Praise for Alvvays:
“… you cannot help but be drawn in” – Sunday Times Culture – Debut of the Week
“some genuinely great moments” – Guardian
“Charming and cherishable” – MOJO
“A great debut record laced with melancholy and beautiful moments.” NME – 8/10
“It’s a timeless, modern classic.” The Line of Best Fit – 9/10
“With each effort packing at least half a dozen unique hooks, it’s difficult for anything to come off remotely dull.” DIY – 4/5
“Stardom beckons.” The 405 – 8/10
“the songs on Alvvays are pretty indestructible” Drowned In Sound – 8/10
“This is the sound of pristine pop music” Pitchfork – 7.6
Poster designed by Alvvays’ Molly Rankin.