Brian Fallon announces rescheduled UK and European tour dates for 2022

The Gaslight Anthem man will head back across the pond in Spring next year

Brian Fallon has announced details of rescheduled UK and European tour dates for 2022.

The Gaslight Anthem frontman will kick off the ‘Local Honey’ tour in Frankfurt in April 2022, before heading across the continent for a lengthy series of dates that will conclude at Nottingham’s Rock City on May 28 of that year.

You can check out the tour dates in full below.

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APRIL 2022
26 – Frankfurt, GER – Batschkap
27 – Hamburg, GER – Edel-Optics.de Arena
28 – Gothenburg, SWE – Pustervik
29 – Stockholm, SWE – Debaser Strand
30 – Copenhagen, DK – Lille Vega

MAY 2022
2 – Cologne, GER – Carlswerk Victoria
3 – Berlin, GER – Huxley’s
4 – Wien, AT – Ottakringer Braueri
5 – Stuttgart, GER – LKA Longhorn
6 – Munich, GER – Neue Theaterfabrik
7 – Nurnberg, GER – Loewensaal
8 – Milan, IT – Circolo Magnolia
10 – Zurich, CH – Komplex 457
12 – Barcelona, SP – Sala Apolo
13 – Madrid, SP – OCHOYMEDIO (Sala But)
14 – Cascante, SP – Estaciones Sonoras
16 – Paris, FR – Backstage
17 – Antwerp, BEL – Trix
18 – Utrecht, NL – TivoliVredenburg
20 – Norwich, UK – Waterfront
21 – Manchester, UK – Academy
22 – Leeds, UK – O2 Academy
24 – Glasgow, UK – SWG3
25 – Bristol, UK – O2 Academy
26 – London, UK – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
27 – Birmingham, UK – O2 Institute
28 – Nottingham, UK – Rock City

The dates arrive alongside Fallon’s new cover of R.E.M.’s ‘E-Bow The Letter’ featuring Nicole Adkins, which is out now as part of the Amazon Original series on Amazon Music.

Fallon’s last album came in 2020’s ‘Local Honey’, a collaboration with Grammy Award-winning producer Peter Katis, known for his work with the likes of The NationalDeath Cab For CutieInterpol and Frightened Rabbit.

Crediting Katis for evolving his sound, he said: “A lot of my music is very straight forward. It’s meat and potatoes and he experiments quite a bit.”

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“He’d say, ‘Hey, did you like that U2 record with Daniel Lanois?’. I’d say ‘Yeah’, so he’d take that familiar sound and then encourage me to push it even further.

“I’d be curious to see what would happen if I worked with him again, I’d love to see it go further.”

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