Wolf Alice have announced their biggest tour to date, this September, which will include a date at Manchester’s iconic Albert Hall on 25 September.

The announcement follows the band sharing their new single Bros – which fizzes and bubbles right from the off atop a frolicking drum beat and is an infectious ode to the elation that only truly great friendships can bring you; a euphoric moment dedicated to “everyone who’s ever had a friend, and for those who haven’t” – and comes ahead of the release of their debut album My Love Is Cool on June 22nd.

From the enormous riffs of Giant Peach to the muffled, urgent melodies of Lisbon and hip-hop rhythms of SilkMy Love Is Cool is a masterful, explorative statement of Wolf Alice’s multiple characters.  Equal parts gigantic guitars and wistful, wilting beauty, My Love Is Cool is a timeless collection of songs that outweighs any preconceived notions of what Wolf Alice are, or can be.  The ambitions of Ellie Rowsell (guitar/vocals), Theo Ellis (bass), Joff Oddie (guitars) and Joel Amey (drums/vocals) are now fully realised in stunning widescreen.


The full tour listing:

16 September   –   Bristol, Academy
17 September   –   Birmingham, Institute
19 September   –   Glasgow, ABC
21 September   –   Newcastle, University
22 September   –   Sheffield, Plug
23 September   –   Southampton, Guildhall
25 September   –   Manchester, Albert Hall
26 September   –   London, Brixton Academy


Tickets for Wolf Alice performing at Manchester’s Albert Hall on 25 September 2015 go on sale at 9am on Friday 1 May priced £14 plus booking fee.

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