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His planned dates in Liverpool, London, Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester will now move to October, while dates in Glasgow, Bristol and Brighton have been moved to January 2022.
The venues for dates in Leeds in Manchester have also been altered. The Leeds gig will now take place at the O2 Academy, while Manchester has been moved to the Depot Mayfield.
Original tickets for the events remain valid. You can see a full list of the amended dates below:
Our UK tour dates are announced and on sale now! Previously purchased tickets will be valid for the rescheduled shows. Some rescheduled shows are very close to being sold out – be quick!
Update on EU shows soon. Thanks so much for your patience.
— Caribou (@caribouband) May 17, 2021
20 – Liverpool, Invisible Wind Factory
22 – London, O2 Academy Brixton
24 – Nottingham, Rock City
25 – Birmingham, O2 Academy Birmingham
26 – Leeds, O2 Academy Leeds
27 – Manchester, Mayfield
24 – Glasgow, Barrowland
25 – Bristol, O2 Academy Bristol
30 – Brighton, Dome
The Canadian musician has said an update on his postponed European dates will be available soon, but his planned date in Dublin on July 9 is currently slated to still go ahead.
The tour comes in support of his latest album, ‘Suddenly’, which was released last year.
In a four-star review of the album, NME said: “The more experimental and unsettling elements will reward longtime stans, while recent converts will be just as thrilled with its party-starting exuberance.
“What’s universally clear, however, is that 20 years into his career, Snaith has found the perfect balance between intimate songwriting and extroverted sonic decisions.
The record was one of two Snaith released under the moniker Manitoba, alongside 2003’s ‘Up In Flames’.