FRANKIE COSMOS Announce 2019 European Dates

December 17, 2018


Announce 2019 European Dates

In support of their critically acclaimed album, Vessel
available worldwide from Sub Pop

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Road warriors Frankie Cosmos have spent the better part of 2018 on tour in support of their latest and greatest, Vessel, available now worldwide via Sub Pop. The band has announced a run of European shows throughout April with Hardly Art’s IAN SWEET supporting.

These dates will begin in London on April 1st and have the bands traveling through Stockholm, Oslo, Copenhagen, Berlin, Lisbon, Madrid, and Barcelona, ending on April 19th in Bologna, Italy. Tickets will go on-sale tomorrow at 10AM GMT, see below for a full list of dates:

Apr. 01 –  London, UK – EartH 
Apr. 03 – Stockholm, SE – Melodybox  *
Apr. 04 – Gothenburg, SE – Pustervik *
Apr. 05 – Oslo, NO – John Dee *
Apr. 06 – Aarhus, DK – Tape *
Apr 07 – Copenhagen, DK – Lille Vega  *
Apr. 09 – Berlin, DE – Musik & Frieden
Apr.10  – Heidelberg, DE – Karlstorbahnhof, *
Apr.12 – San Sebastian, ES – Dabadaba *
Apr.13 – A Coruna, ES -Garufa Club*
Apr.15  – Lisbon, PT – ZDB *
Apr.16 – Madrid, ES – El Sol *
Apr.17 – Barcelona, ES – Razzmatazz 3  *
Apr.19  – Bologna, IT – Covo Club*

* w/ Ian Sweet

Frankie Cosmos is touring in support of their critically acclaimed Sub Pop debut, Vessel which has received raves reviews from such outlets as The New York Times, Pitchfork, Q, NPR, Loud and Quiet.

What people are saying about Frankie Cosmos:

“Frankie Cosmos know how good it feels to acknowledge how epically, infuriatingly, beautifully helpless love can be.” [“Being Alive” Best New Track Review] – Pitchfork

“’Being Alive’ flutters like a heartbeat, careening in and out of heavy motion and rest.”
 [“Being Alive” Track Review] – Stereogum

“The song has Kline wandering through apathy, thinking about the things she could’ve done if she’d had the energy or will, poking at her subconscious.” [“Jesse” Track review] – Noisey

“Kline has a keen, quick grip on the back-and-forth of modern uncertainty, swinging high from triumph to low-lit sorrow. It’s why she’s such a comfort to return to.” – 8/10 – Crack

“[Kline’s] anti-folk spirit remains alive on these 18 tracks, which range from 30-second sonic haikus to fully-fledged ’90s indie-pop duets.” – 7/10  Loud and Quiet

“While intimacy has found a large pop audience in the social-media era […] Kline’s disclosures are striking because they feel genuinely homespun.” – 4/5  Q Magazine

“Slight but powerful indie-pop” / “There’s great charm to these yearning tunes” – 8/10 Uncut

“Completely enchanting, it’s further proof that the band are one of the best”  – Wonderland 


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