NEWS: Chromatics reveal European tour dates including UK shows

NEWS: Chromatics reveal European tour dates including UK shows

Chromatics is set to take the stage all over Europe with their first shows in five years, with a headline London show at The Roundhouse on 27th October and other UK shows in Manchester, Glasgow & Bristol.  

Onstage, the group will be playing their favorite moments from Night Drive, Kill For Love, Cherry,Dear Tommy.

Visually, the entire night features films directed by Johnny Jewel mixed live by video artist Danny Perez (Antibirth, Panda Bear).

Montreal’s Desire will be performing in direct support of Chromatics. Their single ‘Under Your Spell’ made a splash on the silver screen in Nicolas Winding Refn’s Drive alongside label mates Chromatics, Electric Youth, & Kavinsky.

From Vancouver, B.C., Italians Do It Better and label mates In Mirrors open the nights.

Chromatics recently released their new single ‘Time Rider’. In ‘Time Rider’, they employ ‘the metaphor of a motorcycle as an inter-dimensional bridge between the future and the past.’

 In this dream, the motorcyclist mirrors myths of the grim reaper as Ruth Radelet eerily asks “Can I take your hand? I want to ride with you into the storm.”

Tour Dates
04/10/2019 – Copenhagen- The Grey Hall
05/10/2019 – Stockholm – Berns
07/10/2019 – Oslo – Rockefeller Music Hall
09/10/2019 – Berlin – Astra Kulturhaus
11/10/2019 – Vilnius – Art Factory Loftas
12/10/2019 – Warsaw – Praga Centrum
14/10/2019 – Vienna – Arena
16/10/2019 – Prague – MeetFactory*
17/10/2019 – Munich – Muffathalle
19/10/2019 – Cologne – Carlswerk Victoria
22/10/2019 – Dublin – Vicar Street
23/10/2019 – Manchester – Albert Hall
24/10/2019 – Glasgow – SWG3
26/10/2019 – Bristol – Anson Rooms
27/10/2019 – London – The Roundhouse
29/10/2019 – Antwerp – Trix
30/10/2019 – Amsterdam – Paradiso
*w/Pink Gloves


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