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Snow Patrol Spring Shows

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Snow Patrol have announced a string of shows including dates in London and Ireland for April/May 2018.

The news follows the premiere of ‘Don’t Give In’, the lead single from their first album in seven years ‘Wildness’, due out on 25 May 2018. The band will also release a special limited 10” of ‘Don’t Give In’ backed with album track ‘Life On Earth’ for Record Store Day on 21 April.

Check out the music video for ‘Don’t Give In’, the band’s first video in five years – WATCH HERE:

Frontman Gary Lightobdy commented on the upcoming album, which was partially inspired by his father’s battle with dementia, “I think it’s the first record I’ve ever written that I haven’t just asked a bunch of questions. I actually tried to figure out why I was unhappy, why I feel out of place, why I’m afraid. There’s nothing really to protect myself for — it’s all in the album. I want to remember.”

After dropping their debut album ‘Polarbears’ in 1998, the indie rockers shot to music stardom and have since sold 15 million albums worldwide. They have achieved more than a billion global track streams, five UK Platinum Albums and a long list of accolades including a Grammy, BRIT and Mercury Prize nomination.

See them perform live this year as they prepare to play special shows in London, New York, Los Angeles and Ireland.

Snow Patrol 2018 Spring Show Dates:

London Islington Assembly Hall, 11 April
Derry Millennium Forum, 11 May
Cork Opera House, 12
Killarney INEC, 14
Dublin Olympia Theatre, 15
Wexford Opera House, 16
Galway Leisureland, 18
Belfast Ulster Hall, 20

Order ‘Wildness’ from the Official Snow Patrol store before Tuesday (27 March) at 5pm GMT for early ticket access here

Tickets on sale Friday (30 March) at 10am from Ticketmaster

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