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Lower Than Atlantis announce 2018 UK tour

Lower Than Atlantis
Lower Than Atlantis

Lower Than Atlantis have announced a 22-date UK tour for next year.

Mike Duce, Ben Sansom, Eddy Thrower and Declan Hart will kick off with a performance at Lincoln’s Engine Shed on April 2 and wrap up with a set at Sheffield’s Plug on May 14. They’ll also play a hometown show at Watford’s Colosseum on April 13.

Lead singer Duce says: “It’s been nearly four years since we did a regional run in the UK and we can’t wait to get to some towns that we haven’t even been to before.

“We’ve got an amazing package being announced later on too plus a homecoming show in Watford, which will be massive.

“Grab your mates and get tickets quick as these rooms aren’t the biggest!”

Tickets will be available from 9am on November 30 (Thursday) via SeeTickets (opens in new tab).

Lower Than Atlantis released their fifth studio album Safe In Sound (opens in new tab) earlier this year via Easy Life Records/Red Essential.

Lower Than Atlantis 2018 UK tour dates

Apr 02: Lincoln Engine Shed Lincoln
Apr 03: Cambridge Junction
Apr 04: Leamington Spa Assembly
Apr 06: Swansea Sin City
Apr 07: Pontypridd Muni Arts Centre
Apr 08: Gloucester Guildhall
Apr 09: Bath Komedia
Apr 11: Exeter Lemongrove
Apr 12: Southampton Engine Rooms
Apr 13: Watford Colosseum
Apr 14: Southend Chinnerys
Apr 15: Brighton Concorde 2
May 03: Oxford O2 Academy
May 04: Reading Sub89
May 05: Wrexham Central Station
May 07: Liverpool Hangar34
May 08: Aberdeen Lemon Tree
May 09: Edinburgh Liquid Rooms
May 11: Middlesbrough Empire
May 12: Hull Welly
May 13: York Fibbers
May 14: Sheffield Plug

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