The events in question centre around an incident at an Asake concert last December, in which two fans lost their lives. Following the casualties, the venue had its licence suspended until April at the earliest – with bands already relocating gigs in the months after.
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Alongside the rescheduled London performance, Razorlight have also added two new dates to their upcoming UK tour – including an appearance at Middlesbrough Empire on May 10 and at Coventry’s HMV Empire the following day. These new dates follow a string of sold-out shows in cities including Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester and Nottingham.
The tour marks the first time that the classic line-up have hit the road in a decade and comes in light of the band’s recent album, ‘RazorWhat? The Best Of Razorlight’. Released in December, the LP contains 11 of the band’s most popular tracks, along with two brand new singles ‘You Are Entering The Human Heart’, and ‘Violence Forever?’.
Set to kick off on April 7 in Cardiff, tickets are available now. Find a full list of tour dates below.
Friday 7 – Cardiff, Great Hall
Saturday 8 – Brighton, Dome
Monday 10 – Lincoln, Engine Shed
Tuesday 11 – Edinburgh, The Assembly Rooms
Thursday 13 – Liverpool Uni Mountford Hall
Friday 14 – Birmingham, O2 Academy – SOLD OUT
Saturday 15 – Newcastle, NX – SOLD OUT
Monday 17 – Leeds, O2 Academy
Tuesday 18 – Glasgow, Barrowland – SOLD OUT
Wednesday 19 – Manchester, Albert Hall- SOLD OUT
Friday 21 – Nottingham, Rock City – SOLD OUT
Saturday 22 – Norwich, UEA – SOLD OUT
Sunday 23 – Sheffield, The 02
Tueday 25 – Oxford, O2 Academy – SOLD OUT
Wednesday 26 – Bristol, O2 Academy – SOLD OUT
Friday 28– Bournemouth, O2 Academy – SOLD OUT
Wednesday 10 – Middlesbrough, Empire – NEW DATE
Thursday 11 – Coventry, HMV Empire – NEW DATE
Friday 12 – London, Eventim Apollo – NEW DATE
Razorlight. Credit: Katja Ogrin/Getty Images
Ahead of their recently-released ‘Best Of’ album, the indie veterans also unveiled a fly-on-the-wall style documentary called Razorlight: Fall To Pieces. Centred around the band’s journey and the member’s relationships, NME named the documentary as having both “genuinely touching” moments, paired with hints of “cringe-worthy and David Brent-like” aspects.
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