Black Veil Brides announce 2023 UK tour

A photo of the band Black Veil Brides
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Black Veil Brides have announced a nine-date UK tour for February 2023.

The shows will kick off in Norwich on Valentine's Day and wrap up in London on February 25.

Tickets go on sale on Friday, October 28.

Last week the band released their new EP The Mourning on Sumerian Records. A video for the EP's lead single Saviour II was released in September.

The song reaffirms the message of the track Saviour, released in 2011 on the album Set The World On Fire, as a love letter to fans.

Frontman Andy Biersack says: "Black Veil Brides has always been a band deeply interwoven with our fan base and our career has been so heavily predicated on the doors that were opened for us by the passion and dedication that the BVB army has always shown for us.

"In the early days of the band our song Saviour was written as a love letter to them, a chance to say we appreciate you and want to do right by you.

"As the years go by and lives and times change the one thing that has always been a constant is that connection with our audience, and while we are just musicians making records, we always want to do our best to provide entertainment, escapism and inspiration to the people who have given us this platform. This song is a chance to reaffirm that message.”

Black Veil Brides 2023 UK tour

Feb 14: Norwich UEA
Feb 15: Bristol O2 Academy
Feb 16: Birmingham O2 Institute
Feb 18: Nottingham Rock City
Feb 19: Newcastle NX
Feb 20: Glasgow O2 Academy
Feb 22: Manchester Academy
Feb 24: Southampton O2 Guildhall
Feb 25: London Troxy

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