Indie pop trio Tors have shared their new single and EP Anything Can Happen ahead of gigs in Manchester and Liverpool in March.

Tors will perform at Manchester Academy and Liverpool’s O2 Academy.

The release follows huge anticipation which built following the release of teasers for the title track Anything Can Happen.  Teaser clips quickly racked up more than 4 million views.

The single features on the band’s 6-track EP of the same name and is drawn from Matt Weedon’s personal experience of the overwhelming, slow sinking despair that depression can cast before being replaced by defiant hope.

Tors explained, “Anything Can Happen is probably the most important song we’ve released to date. It’s an honest stripping back of our ongoing experiences with depression and a hopeful reminder to celebrate the tiny victories on the long road to recovery.

“Getting better isn’t a quick fix, one-and-done goal it’s an ever-evolving process we need to keep checking in on. This song is our way of saying, let’s celebrate being okay and embrace the time it takes to get there instead of feeling defeated by it.”

The EP also features previous singles Colour In The Ordinary and Garden On The Kitchen Floor alongside Lonely, Does He Make You Happy and the recent duet with Lily Williams I Don’t Miss You (Except For When I Do).

Tors will be heading out on a UK and Ireland tour supporting Sam Ryder, opening on 17 March.  The tour includes a Manchester gig at Manchester Academy as well as a Liverpool gig at the O2 Academy.

When do Tors perform at Manchester Academy and Liverpool O2 Academy?

Tors perform at Manchester Academy on 21 March 2023 and Liverpool O2 Academy on 25 March 2023.  The Manchester and Liverpool gigs are two of 14 UK dates they will perform:
17 March   –   Belfast, Ulster Hall
18 March   –   Dublin, 3Olympia
21 March   –   Manchester, Manchester Academy
22 March   –   Glasgow, Barrowland
23 March   –   Newcastle, O2 City Hall
25 March   –   Liverpool, O2 Academy
26 March   –   Leeds, O2 Academy
28 March   –   Birmingham, O2 Academy
29 March   –   Cambridge, Corn Exchange
30 March   –   London, Eventim Apollo
1 April   –   Cardiff, Great Hall
2 April   –   Bristol, O2 Academy
4 April   –   Bournemouth, O2 Academy
5 April   –   Brighton, Dome

Image of Tors courtesy Jack Robinson