Announces 2020 UK & EU Dates
Includes Show at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday 30th April
n support of his highly anticipated forthcoming solo album, Nathaniel Rateliff returns to his early acoustic days with the And It’s Still Alright tour. The show will feature many facets of Rateliff’s musicianship—ranging from stripped back moments with just his voice and an acoustic guitar to the accompaniment of a full band. The set list will feature songs from his entire catalog as well as the new album, which will be released via Stax Records early this year.
Wed 22nd Utrecht, Tivolivredenburg Grote Zaal
Thur 23rd Berlin, Admiralspalast
Fri 24th Gent, Capitole
Sat 26th Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall
Mon 27th Manchester, Bridgewater Hall
Tue 28th Birmingham, Symphony Hall
Wed 29th London, Royal Albert Hall
Fri 1st Dublin, Olympia
Sat 2nd Cork, Opera House
Mon 4th Bath, Forum
Tue 5th Paris, Alhambra
Growing up in rural Missouri, Rateliff got his early music education from his family, who performed in the church band in which Rateliff played drums, and his father’s record collection. At 19, Rateliff moved to Denver where he spent the next ten years working night shifts at a bottle factory and a trucking company while testing out songs at open-mic nights. Preceding the emergence of Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Nathaniel released three albums and an EP; Desire and Dissolving Men (2007), In Memory of Loss (2010), Falling Faster Than You Can Run (2013) and Closer EP (2014). The solo releases received critical praise.
In 2015, Rateliff launched Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats. The band’s self-titled debut album was a breakout success—now certified Gold in the U.S., it has sold over a million records worldwide. Their sophomore album Tearing at the Seams was released in March 2018 to widespread acclaim and featured three singles that hit #1 at Triple A Radio (“You Worry Me,” “A Little Honey” and “Hey Mama”). Rateliff and the band have appeared on nearly every late-night television program and toured extensively worldwide, playing major festivals and selling out iconic venues including their hometown Red Rocks Amphitheater multiple times.