THERAPY? have announced the second leg of their comeback UK tour. The band have already sold out their previously announced shows in March and April. The new dates follow the release of the band’s single, ‘Church Of Noise’ which is out on March 2 and album, ‘Semi-Detached’ which follows on March 30.
Therapy? made their return to live action with a special guest appearance at the recent NME Shows With Miller Genuine Draft at the Astoria. Singer/guitarist Andy Cairns (pictured) told NME: “I was nervous as hell before that appearance. The last time we played London was at Brixton Academy when the riots were on. We hadn’t played yet as a four-piece in London. I didn’t know what the crowd would think but we had the time of our lives.
“I really enjoyed myself. I was completely overwhelmed by the reception. It was a good way for us to come back because we had to really approach it from a different angle. That’s what I wanted. It made us work.”
Therapy? will be assailing your ears at: Sheffield Leadmill (May 2), Glasgow The Garage (3), Manchester MDH (4), Wolverhampton Wulfrun (6) and London Camden Electric Ballroom (7).