Taking Back Sunday to play Tell All Your Friends in full during UK and European tour.
Taking Back Sunday have announced they will perform their seminal album Tell All Your Friends in full on their upcoming UK and European tour. This will be followed by a second set featuring songs from their prolific career. This year-long worldwide tour celebrates the bands 20th anniversary and will hit the U.K., Ireland, The Netherlands and Germany this summer. Supports for the shows are The Frights and Geoffrey Rickly of Thursday (solo) with Bloodhype joining the tour for shows in Germany.
In conjunction with the tour and milestone anniversary, Taking Back Sunday have released a career-spanning compilation titled Twenty. The 21-song collection was released via Craft Recordings on January 11, 2019, and comprises tracks from all seven of their full-length albums, in addition to two new songs. The single, All Ready To Go, and A Song For Dan.
Tour dates are as follows:
13th O2 Institute, Birmingham, UK (w/The Frights, Geoffrey Rickly)
14th Barrowlands, Glasgow, UK (w/The Frights, Geoffrey Rickly)
15th Limelight, Belfast, UK (w/The Frights, Geoffrey Rickly)
16th Vicar Street, Dublin, Ireland (w/The Frights, Geoffrey Rickly)
18th Troxy, London, UK (w/The Frights, Geoffrey Rickly)
19th Academy, Manchester, UK (w/The Frights, Geoffrey Rickly)
20th O2 Academy, Bristol, UK (w/The Frights, Geoffrey Rickly)
23rd Melkweg, Amsterdam, Netherlands (w/The Frights)
24th Gloria, Cologne, Germany (w/: The Frights, Bloodhype)
25th SO36, Berlin, Germany (w/: Bloodhype, The Frights)
26th Gruenspan, Hamburg, Germany (w/: The Frights, Bloodhype)
A full list of dates (including Australia, Asia, North American and Latin America) and ticket information can be found on Taking Back Sunday’s website.
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