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Lonely The Brave’s tour starts tomorrow

With their special edition debut album, The Day’s War – Victory Edition, out now and a successful main stage performance at Reading and Leeds under their belts, acclaimed alt-rockers Lonely The Brave have been in the studio with Ross Orton in October working on their second album proper. The band will return to finish the ambitious new album, which promises a number of surprises, in January.

This week the band also begin their biggest set of headlining shows to date that will see them play shows in Britain, Ireland, Germany, Belgium and Holland with tickets on sale via

Discussing the tour, the band said:

“It’s been a while since we went out on a headline run so we really can’t wait to get back out there and play these shows! It’ll be a chance to really celebrate the last couple of years and songs from the “The Day’s War” but also a chance to play our fans a few of the new ones we’ve been working on for album two. 

We’re also proud to be bringing Black Peaks out with us – they’re one of the most exciting British bands we’ve heard in a long time. We’re looking forward to putting on the best show we can for the fans.”

Tour Dates

Friday 6th November – Academy 2, Dublin

Saturday 7th November – Limelight, Belfast (Dr.Martens)

Monday 9th November – The Garage, Glasgow

Tuesday 10th November – Club Academy, Manchester

Wednesday 11th November – Academy 2, Birmingham

Friday 13th November – AB, Brussels

Saturday 14th November – Privatclub, Berlin

Monday 16th November – Molotow, Hamburg

Tuesday 17th November – MTC, Cologne

Thursday 19th November – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

Friday 20th November – Glabe, Cardiff

Saturday 21st November – Marble Factory, Bristol

Monday 23rd November – Talking Heads, Southampton

Tuesday 24th November – Islington Assembly Rooms, London

Wednesday 25th November – The Haunt, Brighton

Friday 27th November – Metropool, Hengelo

Saturday 28th November – Melkweg, Amsterdam

Sunday 29th November – W2, Den Bosch

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