Palm Reader, Lotus Eater and Parting Gift confirmed as support
Gearing up for the release of their sophomore album “Starve” and their biggest headline tour to date, metalcore heavyweights Blood Youth have announced the supports for their UK and European shows. Palm Reader and Lotus Eater will provide support on their UK run, while Parting Gift will hit the road with them in Europe.
Frontman Kaya Tarsus enthuses: “We’re really excited to have Palm Reader, Lotus Eater and Parting Gift joining us on the Starve UK/EU tour. Palm Reader are one of our favourite UK bands right now and were our first choice when we were putting together this line-up. We are really looking forward to seeing their set and the carnage that will ensue every night”.
“Lotus Eater and Parting Gift are two bands we have been listening to for a while now. Both bands are making some real waves in the UK scene and bring something completely different to the line-up. This will be the biggest tour we have done so far and we are really stoked to have three great bands experiencing it with us. It’s going to be one to remember.”
Blood Youth will release their new album “Starve” on 22 February 2019 via Rude Records. Pre-orders are available now at Amazon.
STARVE UK TOUR
W/ SUPPORT FROM PALM READER AND LOTUS EATER
01.03 Southampton, Joiners
02.03 Leeds, The Key Club
03.03 Glasgow, Audio
04.04 Newcastle, Think Tank
06.03 Manchester, Star & Garter
07.03 Birmingham, Mama Roux’s
08.03 London, Underworld
3. Cut Me Open
6. The Answer
7. Waste Away
10. Keep You Alive
11. Nothing Left
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