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The Umbrellas Announce UK Tour – New Album “Fairweather Friend’ out January 26th on Tough Love/Slumberland

December 14, 2023
Photo credit: Jorge Aguilar


Announce UK tour for March 2024!
New album ‘Fairweather Friend’ out Jan 26th on Tough Love/Slumberland

With their album, ‘Fairweather Friend’, set for release on 26th January via Tough Love/Slumberland, San Francisco four piece The Umbrellas have announced details of a UK tour early this Spring.

The Umbrellas UK tour dates:
Mar 5th – Newport – Le Pub
Mar 6th – Coventry – Just Dropped In Records 
Mar 7th – Manchester – Gullivers 
Mar 8th – Leeds – Wharf Chambers 
Mar 9th – Glasgow – Mono 
Mar 10th – Newcastle – Bobiks 
Mar 11th – York – The Fulford Arms 
Mar 12th – Nottingham – JT Soar 
Mar 13th – London – Oslo 
Mar 14th – Oxford – Common Ground 

Tickets go on sale at 10am this Friday, 15th December. More information here.

The Umbrellas are four renegade romantics crafting irresistible indie pop hymns. The band’s self-titled 2021 debut album became a breakout moment, winning critical praise and sparking an international tour. Follow-up LP ‘Fairweather Friend’ goes a step further – absorbing the sonic attack of their live shows, it balances this with studio finesse, allowing the San Francisco four-piece to become the band they’ve always aspired to be.

A lean 10 track affair, ‘Fairweather Friend’ grasps towards beatific pop while fuelled by a sense of risk, and the precision that comes from long months on the road.

The album was announced in October with the candyfloss melodies of lead single “Three Cheers!”, followed by recent single “Echoes”, in which they joyfully mourn what might have been.

‘Fairweather Friend’ is out January 26th on Slumberland (North America/Japan) and Tough Love (R.O.W) Pre-order here.

‘Fairweather Friend’ track list:
1. Three Cheers
2. Goodbye
3. Toe the Line
4. Echoes
5. Say What You Mean
6. Games
7. Gone
8. When You Find Out
9.  Blue
10. PM


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