The Body & Dis Fig Announce UK/EU Tour Dates August and September 2024 – Including Sets at Supersonic Festival, Le Guess Who and Amplifest

May 30, 2024

The Body & Dis Fig announce UK and EU tour dates for August and September 2024

Including sets at Supersonic Festival, Le Guess Who and Amplifest

Following the release of their intoxicating new album Orchards of a Futile HeavenThe Body & Dis Fig announce UK and EU tour dates for August and September 2024. These shows will be the European premiere of the group’s live collaboration,  The Body weaving a dense miasma of distortion and tectonic rhythms as Dis Fig’s etheric vocals claw towards absolution. The tour includes sets at key festivals including Supersonic Festival, Le Guess Who and Amplifest. The Body & Dis Fig will also be undertaking an extensive North American tour this July and August.

The Body & Dis Fig UK and EU tour dates 2024

Aug. 28 – Salford, UK – White Hotel 

Aug. 29 – Cambridge, UK – The Portland Arms 

Aug. 31 – Birmingham, UK – Supersonic Festival 

Sep. 1 – Bristol, UK – The Exchange

Sep. 2 – London, UK – Oslo 

Sep. 3 – Leeds, UK – Boom 

Sep. 4 – Glasgow, UK – Room 2

Sep. 5 – Dublin, IE – The Grand Social 

Oct. 25 – Aalborg, DK – Lasher Fest 

Nov. 1 – Brussels, BE – Les Nuits Weekender

Nov. 7 – Utrecht, NL – Le Guess Who 

Nov. 10 – Porto PT – Amplifest

The Body & Dis Fig are a natural pair. Each has pioneered instantly recognizable worlds of sound all their own that defy any traditional categorizations or boundaries. The Body, Lee Buford and Chip King, continually challenge any conventional conception of metal, collaborating with myriad artists and from the folk-leanings of their work with BIG|BRAVE to their groundbreaking work with the Assembly of Light Choir to the intensity of their collaborations with OAA or Thou. Dis Fig, aka Felicia Chen, pushes electronic music into dark extremes, from warped DJ sets to avant production, from being a member of Tianzhuo Chen’s performance-art series TRANCE to being the vocalist with The Bug. The Body and Dis Fig find kinship in reimagining what it means to make “heavy music”. Their debut Orchards of a Futile Heaven is the perfect synthesis of two forces, as bracing as it is touching, and as harrowing as it is awe-inspiring.

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