Irish rock duo Dea Matrona have announced a run of UK and Ireland tour dates including a Manchester gig at Night and Day.

The Manchester gig is one of 15 UK and Ireland dates they have confirmed.  Dea Matrona will open the tour with a Liverpool gig at the Arts Club.

The tour announcement comes as the band confirm the release of their debut album For Your Sins.  Dea Matrona will release For Your Sins on 3 May.

To coincide with the announcements, Dea Matrona have also released their new single Stuck On You.  The track tells of being hopelessly drawn in by someone’s charm.  Speaking about the single, Dea Matrona said, “’Stuck on You’ basically wrote itself after multiple insomniac nights. After taking a break from touring, we both locked ourselves away for a while and I think this song sums up how crazy it drove us. It was initially written as an instrumental and it was the most challenging track on the record to produce. It will be very exciting to bring these songs on the road with us in May & see how people react in real life.”

They added about the album “It’s a record about trying to find ourselves & failing over & over again until we realised that part of the fun of being in Dea Matrona is that we’ll never really know who we are or what we want to say.”

When putting together For Your Sins, Dea Matrona took on all responsibilities – writing, recording and producing the album themselves.

When do Dea Matrona headline at Manchester’s Night and Day?

Dea Matrona headline at Night and Day Manchester on 14 May 2024.  The open the tour with a gig at Liverpool’s Arts Club.  The Manchester and Liverpool gigs are two of 15 UK and Ireland dates they have announced:
3 May – Liverpool, Arts Club Loft
4 May – Leeds, Wardrobe
6 May – Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
7 May – Brighton, Hope & Ruin
8 May – Bristol, Exchange
10 May – London, The Lower Third
11 May – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
12 May – Southampton, Joiners
14 May – Manchester, Night & Day
15 May – Newcastle, Cluny
16 May – Glasgow, The Cathouse
18 May – Cork, Cyprus Avenue
19 May – Galway, Róisín Dubh
20 May – Dublin, Workman’s Club
22 May – Belfast, Limelight 2