Chastity Belt announce November UK tour dates with Death Cab For Cutie – First UK headline tour to commence October 15th‏

August 19, 2015



Chastity Belt announce Death Cab For Cutie support shows for November

First UK headline tour to commence October 15th

Watch video for ‘Joke’ on YouTube

Seattle band Chastity Belt have a busy autumn ahead of them. Following the incredible critical reception of their new album Time To Go Home, the acclaimed four-piece today share new that they will embark upon an eleven-show tour opening for Death Cab for Cutie in the UK and mainland Europe.

These shows will also be preceded by the bands first-ever UK and European dates (including the All Years Leaving, Primavera, London Calling, and Iceland Airwaves festivals) through October. See below for a full list of dates.

Chastity Belt’s Time to Go Home is out now. Watch their latest music video, ‘Joke’, on YouTube.

Tour Dates

15th – London, UK – The Victoria (SOLD OUT)
16th – London, UK – Lexington (White Heat Night) (tickets)
17th – Brighton, UK – The Hope (tickets)
18th – Sheffield, UK – The Harley (tickets)
19th – Newcastle, UK – Think Tank (tickets)
20th – Glasgow, UK – Broadcast (tickets)
21st – Manchester, UK – Soup Kitchen (tickets)
22nd – Leeds, UK – Brudenell Games Room (tickets)
23th – Birmingham, UK – All Years Leaving Festival (tickets)
24th – Bristol, UK – Simple Things Festival (tickets)
25th – Barcelona, ES – Primavera Winter Edition
27th – Bordeaux, FR – Heretic
28th – Paris, FR – Pop Up Du Label
29th – Groningen, NL – Vera
30th – Nijmegen, NL – Merleyn
31st  – Amsterdam, NL – London Calling Festival

November w/ Death Cab For Cutie
2nd – Glasgow, UK – O2 Academy (tickets)
3rd – Manchester, UK – Academy (tickets)
4th – London, UK – O2 Brixton Academy (tickets)
5th – Birmingham, UK – O2 Academy (tickets)
6th – Reykjavik, IS – Iceland Airwaves
8th – Copenhagen, DK – Amager Bi
9th – Berlin, DE – Huxleys
11th – Cologne, DE – Live Music Hall
12th – Brussels, BE – AB
15th – Utrecht, NL – Tivoli Vrendenburg Ronda Hall
16th – Munich, DE – Tonhalle
17th – Vienna, AT – Gasometer

Praise for Time To Go Home

“Funny, smart and so elegantly poised.” Uncut

“… a heady comedown with sweet surges of the-party-isn’t-over energy, a band making joy from disappointment” MOJO 4/5

“Pretty much every line is genius” — Paper Magazine

“The record is very, very good.” — The FADER

“This is feminism as fact; as default…It’s the evolution of how young women impart vitally important information.”  NPR

“They’re funny, and slightly goofy, and gently vulgar, and they play with an appealingly loose, relaxed confidence.” Pitchfork

“Digs even deeper into a jaded melancholia that they only scratched the surface of on their debut.” Stereogum

Time to Go Home is an unrepentant triumph that will ultimately establish the group has one of the most important musical voices showcased in 2015.” The 405

“The record works brilliantly as a feminine riposte to The Strokes Is This It? – a heady story of women hitting the town, but more importantly, seeing the bigger picture.” Best Fit

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