Memphis May Fire unveil UK, European winter tour dates
The band have yet to reveal the support for the run.October 1, 2019
Memphis May Fire have unveiled a series of winter tour dates in Europe and the UK that will kick off in December.
The band have yet to reveal the support for the run, but that news will be relayed to fans at a later date.
The band announced the extensive list of dates via social media.
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Europe and UK friends! It’s been awhile since we’ve done a full tour for you, but we’re coming back to see you! Tickets for all shows on sale Wednesday 2 October – 10am UK, 11am EU. Supports to be announced soon! 01/12 – Bristol, UK @ Thekla 02/12 – Brighton, UK @ Chalk 03/12 – Birmingham, UK @ O2 Academy 2 04/12 – London, UK @ Underworld 05/12 – Leeds, UK @ Key Club 07/12 – Stoke, UK @ Sugarmill 08/12 – Glasgow, UK @ G2 09/12 – Manchester, UK @ Rebellion 10/12 – Nottingham, UK @ Rescue Rooms 11/12 – Haarlem, Netherlands @ Patronaat 13/12 – Cologne, Germany @ Luxor 14/12 – Hamburg, Germany @ Headcrash 15/12 – Berlin, Germany @ Musik & Frieden 16/12 – Munich, Germany @ Strom 17/12 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Dynamo 18/12 – Vienna, Austria @ Szene Wien We’ll also be at the CVJM Loud and Proud Festival on October 18 in Betzdorf, GER – tickets are still available at https://lap-festival.de
Tickets go on sale Wednesday here. You can check out the full list of places they will be stopping below.
12/01 — Bristol, UK @ Thekla
12/02 — Brighton, UK @ Chalk
12/03 — Birmingham, UK @ O2 Academy 2
12/04 — London, UK @ Underworld
12/05 — Leeds, UK @ Key Club
12/07 — Stoke, UK @ Sugarmill
12/08 — Glasgow, UK @ G2
12/09 — Manchester, UK @ Rebellion
12/10 — Nottingham, UK @ Rescue Rooms
12/11 — Haarlem, NET @ Patronaat
12/13 — Cologne, GER @ Luxor
12/14 — Hamburg, GER @ Headcrash
12/15 — Berlin, GER @ Musik & Frieden
12/16 — Munich, GER @ Strom
12/17 — Zurich, SWI @ Dynamo
12/18 — Vienna, AUT @ Szene Wien
We haven’t heard new music from the band since they dropped an emotional cover of Linkin Park’s “Faint” back in the spring. The band’s lead singer Matty Mullins made a statement about why they chose the track and what the song means to the band.
“A lot of times, when covering a song, you’re doing it for fun or to showcase your skills as an artist,” Mullins said. “But this specific opportunity was a chance for us to honor a band that has had a profound impact on us.”
“There will never be another Linkin Park and there will never be another Chester Bennington. We are forever grateful for the music they made and we hope this cover will encourage our younger fans to dive into the Linkin Park discography and discover the same inspiration that we did years ago.”
You can listen to the cover below.
Mullins said they drew inspiration from the feeling of performing to make the video.
“The idea for the video was to capture the vibe and emotion of the song in a live performance setting,” Mullins says. “We rarely do videos that are strictly live performance, but this song was a great opportunity to do so.”
You can check out that video below.
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