Alkaline Trio announce 15th anniversary tour for November - ticket details

The US punk rockers will play 10 shows in the UK this autumn

Alkaline Trio announce 15th anniversary tour for November - ticket details
Alkaline Trio are set to play a 10 date run of shows in the UK this November.

The tour will celebrate 15 years of the band as well as supporting the release of their new, semi-acoustic album 'Damnesia'.

Out now, 'Damnesia' is made up of classic Alkaline Trio tracks as well as a cover of The Violent Femmes' 'I Held Her In My Arms' and two new songs, 'Olde English 800' and 'I Remember A Rooftop'.

'We tried to make an 'acoustic' record that was fun to listen to as well as dynamic,” explained frontman, Matt Skiba. "It was a lot of fun to re-visit some of the older numbers now that we are a better band than we were when we recorded them. We really got to play with them which was a blast."

Alkaline Trio play:

Exeter Lemon Grove (November 6)
Portsmouth Pyramid (7)
Manchester Academy 2 (8)
Sheffield Leadmill (9)
Cardiff University Solus (10)
Coventry Kasabah (12)
Leeds Met University (13)
Norwich Waterfront (14)
London Electric Ballroom (15)
Edinburgh Picturehouse (17)


Tickets go on sale August 12.

To check the availability of Alkaline Trio tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.


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