After releasing a new single Dead Wake earlier this week, Thrice are thrilled to announce a co-headlining tour with Coheed and Cambria in October this year. Touché Amoré will be supporting them during the entire tour. Full list of dates is below:

Oct-14 Bristol – o2 Academy (UK) 

Oct-15 Birmingham – o2 Academy (UK) 

Oct-16 London – o2 Academy Brixton (UK) 

Oct-18 Manchester – Academy (UK) 

Oct-19 Nottingham – Rock City (UK) 

Oct-20 Glasgow – SWG3 Galvanizers (UK) 

Oct-22 Antwerp – Trix (BE) *

Oct-23 Tilburg – 013 (NL) *

Oct-25 Berlin – Columbiahalle (DE) *

Oct-26 Wiesbaden – Schlachthof (DE) *

Oct-28 Bologna – Estragon Club (IT) *

Oct-29 Munich – Tonhalle (DE) *

Oct-30 Cologne – Carlswerk (DE) *

(* Thrice closes)

Tickets are going on general sale on Friday, May 27, and there will be an artist/VIP pre-sale earlier in the week. You can find all the info on the band’s website.

Before the tour with Coheed and Cambria, Thrice will be playing a handful of European/UK festivals and headlining shows this summer. Please see below for the list of dates:

July 2 Munster – Vainstream Rockfest (DE)

July 3 Stuttgart – LKA Longhorn (DE)

July 4 Bassano del Grappa – AMA Festival (IT)

July 6 Madrid – Mad Cool Festival (ES)

July 8 Cheltenham – 2000trees Festival (UK)

The band will be touring in support of their critically acclaimed album Horizons/East which was released in September last year.  To emerge from a global pandemic with a renewed sense of situational awareness, hard won insight, and a new album is the kind of move we’ve come to expect from Thrice over the last twenty years. With the band’s newest album Horizons/EastDustin Kensrue and his bandmates address, with candor and courage, the fragile and awkward arrangements that pass for civilization, while inviting us to dwell more knowingly within our own lives. Without surrendering any of the energy and hard edge of their previous albums, they’ve given us a profoundly meditative work which serves as a musical summons to everyday attentiveness.

Since forming Thrice with guitarist Teppei Teranishi, bassist Eddie Breckenridge, and drummer Riley Breckenridge in 1998, Kensrue has never been one to back down from a mental fight. Horizons/East communicates comfort with uncertainty, it’s uncertainty as the beginning of wonder. Not knowing something for certain can occasion a blossom, an opportunity, as opposed to a dead end. 

This uncertainty is something the band seems to embrace with their entire career, and especially in their approach to this record, building out their own studio and recording completely on their own, unsure of what exactly they could extract from themselves this time around. Thrice seems ever eager to step out into these spaces unknown to them, unsure of where their feet will land, and the most recent record is no exception.  

Horizons/East is available now at

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