Declan McKenna will release his new album What Happened To The Beach? in February ahead of a Manchester gig.

The Manchester gig at the O2 Apollo is one of 17 UK and Ireland dates he will headline.  He will also headline at Liverpool’s Mountford Hall.

New album What Happened To The Beach? lands on 9 February.  It marks the follow up to his acclaimed second album Zeros which debuted at number 2 in the UK album charts.

The album was produced alongside Gianluca Buccellati in Los Angeles and is released through Columbia Records.  It features Declan McKenna’s previously released single Nothing Works as well as latest track Elevator Hum.

When does Declan McKenna headline at Manchester’s O2 Apollo?

Declan McKenna headlines at Manchester’s O2 Apollo on 5 April 2024.  He also headlines a Liverpool gig at Mountford Hall on 6 April.  The Manchester and Liverpool gigs are two of 17 UK and Ireland dates he has announced:
23 March – Cardiff, Great Hall
24 March – Norwich, UEA
25 March – Newcastle, O2 City Hall
27 March – Glasgow, O2 Academy
28 March – Glasgow, O2 Academy
29 March – Sheffield, O2 Academy
1 April – Belfast, Ulster Hall
2 April – Dublin, 3Olympia Theatre
3 April – Dublin, 3Olympia Theatre
5 April – Manchester, O2 Apollo
6 April – Liverpool, Uni Mountford Hall
8 April – Leicester, De Montfort Hall
9 April – Bristol, Beacon
10 April – Wolverhampton, The Halls
12 April – London, Alexandra Palace
13 April – Brighton, Brighton Centre
14 April – Bournemouth, O2 Academy