Massive Attack prepare their first material since 2009’s Heligoland.
Massive Attack have announced a 22-date European tour where they will be showcasing new music.
As Pitchfork reports, the duo will be supported by Mercury Prize winners Young Fathers, and according to a press release, the tour will be in support of new material that will be released later this year.
You can find more details at the Massive Attack website and view the dates below.
01/01 Dublin, Ireland – Olympia Theatre
22/01 Glasgow, Scotland – O2 Academy
25/01 Leicester, England – De Montfort Hall
27/01 Leeds, England – O2 Academy
28/01 Manchester, England – The Apollo
30/01 Birmingham, England – O2 Academy
31/01 Portsmouth, England – The Guildhall
01/02 Brighton, England – The Dome
03/02 London, England – Brixton O2 Academy
04/02 London, England – Brixton O2 Academy
07/02 Copenhagen, Denmark – Tap 1
09/02 Esch Alzette, Luxembourg – Rockhal
10/02 Brussels, Belgium – Palais 12
12/02 Milan, Italy – Fabrique
14/02 Padova, Italy – Geox Theatre
16/02 Cologne, Germany – Palladium
17/02 Berlin, Germany – Tempodrom
20/02 Vienna, Austria – Gasometer
21/02 Munich, Germany – Tonhalle
24/02 Eindhoven, Netherlands – Klokgebouw
25/02 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Heineken Music Hall
26/02 Paris, France – Zenith
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