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Years & Years Arena Tour – EXTRA DATES

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Years & Years have announced their biggest ever UK and European tour for later this year in support of their hotly anticipated second studio album ‘Palo Santo’, due out for release on 06 July 2018.

The Palo Santo Tour will kick-off this November with huge headline dates in Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, Brighton and London before the synthpop group makes their way across to Europe. They will also play a huge Dublin date in January 2019.

The album is the follow-up to their No.1 2015 debut LP ‘Communion’ and features hit track ‘Sanctify’ alongside current single ‘If You’re Over Me’, which continues to make its way up the charts following their recent performance at Capital’s Summertime Ball. The Olly-Alexander-fronted trio also premiered their short film ‘Palo Santo’ at BAFTA and recently performed ‘If You’re Over Me’ on The Graham Norton Show, where Olly gifted Rihanna with the first vinyl copy of their album.

‘Palo Santo’ features a colourful mix of collaborations with the likes of Kid Harpoon, Greg Kurstin, Julia Michaels, Justin Trantor, Steve Mac, Jessie Shatkin and Sarah Hudson.

Like the record, the live shows will undoubtably reflect the impact Years & Years have had on British pop as well as pushing forward a powerful musical movement that does not discriminate.

Years & Years Arena Tour Dates:

Glasgow The SSE Hydro, 28 Nov
Manchester O2 Apollo, 29
Birmingham Arena, 30
Manchester O2 Apollo, 02 Dec ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Brighton Centre, 04
London The O2, 05
Dublin Olympia Theatre, 21 Jan ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Dublin Olympia Theatre, 22

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