MGMT have announced they will embark on an extensive UK and Europe headline tour that includes shows at Londons Eventim Apollo and Manchesters Albert Hall. Following their spring 2018 tour that saw their first performance in the UK since Glastonbury 2014, their winter run will take them around Europe and the UK in celebration of their recently released, acclaimed fourth album, Little Dark Age. Tickets go on general sale on Friday 1st June, with a fan presale on Wednesday 30th May.
See UK and European tour dates below, for further information visit: http://whoismgmt.com/
27th November – Estragon, Bologna, Italy
29th November – X-TRA, Zurich, Switzerland
3rd December – Docks, Hamburg, Germany
4th December – VEGA, Copenhagen, Denmark
6th December – Nobelberget, Stockholm, Sweden
7th December – Sentrum Scene, Oslo, Norway
9th December – Astra, Berlin, Germany
10th December – TivoliVredenburg Ronda, Utrecht, Netherlands
13th December – Eventim Apollo, London, UK
15th December – SWG3 TV Studio, Glasgow, UK
16th December – O2 Academy, Leeds, UK
17th December – Albert Hall, Manchester, UK
For a full list of dates visit: whoismgmt.com
MGMT are Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser, the Grammy-nominated duo who have been producing innovative psychedelic pop anthems since their 2008 debut Oracular Spectacular including some of the biggest songs of the 2000s in Kids, Time to Pretend and Electric Feel.
‘Produced by MGMT, Patrick Wimberly (Chairlift, Kelela, Blood Orange) and long-time collaborator Dave Fridmann (Flaming Lips, Spoon, Tame Impala), Little Dark Age is a true show of strength’ Q, 4*
The bands fourth album Little Dark Age, released earlier this year, features the undeniably brilliant (NME) lead single Little Dark Age as well as When You Die and Me And Michael, and was released earlier this year to widespread critical acclaim.
‘Ironically gorgeous MGMT doing what MGMT do best’ The Guardian, 4*
The tour announcement follows MGMTs appearance on Jimmy Kimmel in the US, where they performed five songs from Little Dark Age, and comes off the back of a sold out US tour. The band will also play a number of festivals across Europe this summer, including Mad Cool in Spain and Belgiums Rockwerchter. They will perform a sold out show at Somerset House, London, in July.
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