The Australian band will tour this summer in support of their 2020 album ‘We Will Always Love You’, and are already confirmed for a slot on The Park Stage at Glastonbury in June.
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The Avalanches will also play at a host of European festivals this summer, and they have now announced details of four headline UK shows in June.
Gigs in Glasgow, Manchester, London and Brighton will take place ahead of their Glastonbury appearance on June 25.
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Tickets for The Avalanches’ UK tour dates go on sale on Thursday (March 31), and you’ll be able to buy them from here. You can see details of those gigs below.
20 – QMU, Glasgow
21 – O2 Ritz, Manchester
22 – Electric Brixton, London
23 – Chalk, Brighton
Last year The Avalanches reissued their 2000 debut album ‘Since I Left You’ to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
Robbie Chater – who, along with Tony Di Blasi, remains part of the original Avalanches line-up – said of the album: “I remember very clearly a few things – we decided to not have any of our voices on it, which made it last because it’s a kind of transmission; nothing date-stamps it to that time.
“Music lovers get it, and that’s what we ultimately are. It’s almost like an exploration of our relationship with the world and with music. Looking back, I’m proud of this record as a pure expression of joy and love, heart on its sleeve and is free from irony.”