The legendary The Cult have announced 10 tour dates across the country in support of their new album, their tenth, Hidden City (out 5 February).

The run of gigs dubbed the Alive In The Hidden City tour will find the band performing at Manchester’s Albert Hall.  The show will see The Cult performing hits spanning four decades.

The closing chapter on the album trilogy the band had built with 2007’s Born Into This (“The Fall”) and 2012’s Choice of Weapon (“Dark Night of the Soul”), 2016’s Hidden City (“Rebirth”) features Astbury’s signature baritone and blood-soaked lyrics paired with Duffy’s smouldering, textured guitar tones, creating a musical environment that is fearless and peerless.

The full tour listing:

25 February   –   Bristol, Colston Hall
26 February   –   Manchester, Albert Hall
27 February   –   London, O2 Academy Brixton
29 February   –   Nottingham, Rock City
1 March   –   Birmingham, O2 Institute
3 March   –   Aberdeen, Music Hall
4 March   –   Glasgow, Barrowlands
6 March   –   Leeds, Beckett University
9 March   –   Newcastle, City Hall
10 March   –   Norwich, UEA

Tickets for The Cult performing at Manchester’s Albert Hall on 26 February go on sale on 11 December.

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The Cult image credit Tim Cadiente and Chuffmedia