ROAM announce December UK headline tour – New album out next week

October 7, 2017

ROAM announce December UK headline tour:
New album ‘Great Heights & Nosedives’ set for release 13th Oct

“a sunkissed, convincing progression that keeps ROAM at the forefront of the UK pop-punk crowd” – Rock Sound (8/10) 

Album pre-order:
iTunes (with instant download of ‘Playing Fiction’ and ‘Alive’):
‘Alive’ on Spotify:
‘Alive’ on Apple Music:


Currently on tour as sole support to New Found Glory, Eastbourne pop punks ROAM will be back at it again before the end of the year on their just-announced headline tour of the UK, which will see them play seven shows across the country, kicking off at The Dome in London on 8th Dec and culminating at Clwb Ifor Bach in Cardiff on 14th Dec.

Vocalist/guitarist Alex Adam enthuses “We’re really excited to be back headlining the UK and touring our new album Great Heights & Nosedives. Some of these cities are our favourite places to play so having a whole new set list to play for you is going to be amazing. Also… the support is amazing 😉 but you’ll find out about that at a later date.”

Presale will be available tomorrow at 9am from with General Sale following on Friday at 9am.

The tour will be a veritable celebration of the band’s new album ‘Great Heights & Nosedives’, which is set for release via Hopeless Records on 13th October, 2017. The record is the follow up to 2016’s debut ‘Backbone’ and was produced by Kyle Black (State Champs, New Found Glory, Comeback Kid) in Los Angeles, California. The band recently released the first single from the record ‘Playing Fiction’, along with its fairytale of a music video, as well as latest track ‘Alive’.

Never a group to slack on the touring front, ROAM also have a stint supporting New Found Glory in the US on the horizon, as well as an Australian tour supporting Knuckle Puck coming up in January and their own European headline tour prior to the UK headline dates.


UK ‘Great Heights & Nosedives’ UK Tour: 
08.12 London The Dome
09.12 Newcastle Think Tank
10.12 Glasgow Stereo
11.12 Manchester Deaf Institute
12.12 Leeds Key Club
13.12 Birmingham Mama Roux’s
14.12 Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach


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