Mono announce the Nowhere Now Here European tour

Mono have announced a European tour which will take place later this year.

The Japanese outfit have lined up the dates in support of their upcoming album Nowhere Now Here, which is set to arrive on January 25 via Pelagic Records – and to celebrate their 20th anniversary.

Joining them will be special guests Arabrot and Jo Quail.

The run of shows will get under way with a set at the Roadburn festival, where they’ll perform their Hymn To The Immortal Wind album in full.

Nowhere Now Here was helmed by Steve Albini and is also Mono’s first record to feature drummer Dahm Majuri Cipolla, who joins the core trio of Goto, Tamaki and Yoda.

In November, the band premiered their video for Breathe exclusively with Prog (opens in new tab).

Mono 2019 European tour
Apr 11: Tilburg Roadburn Festival, Netherlands
Apr 14: Bochum Rotunde, Germany
Apr 15: Berlin BiNuu, Germany
Apr 16: Gdansk B90, Poland
Apr 17: Warsaw Hydrogazadka, Poland
Apr 18: Krakow Zet Pe Te, Poland
Apr 19: Prague Underdogs, Czech Republic
Apr 20: Vienna Szene, Austria (without Arabrot)
Apr 21: Budapest Durer Kert, Hungary (without Jo Quail)
Apr 23: Sofia Mixtape5, Bulgaria
Apr 25: Zagreb Mochvara, Croatia
Apr 26: Ljubljana Kino Siska, Slovenia (without Arabrot)
Apr 27: Bologna TPO, Italy
Apr 28: Zurich Bogen F, Switzerland
Apr 29: Munich Strom, Germany
Apr 30: Karlsruhe Jubez, Germany
May 02: Leipzig UT Connewitz, Germany
May 03: Arlon Aralunaires, Belgium
May 04: Brighton The Haunt, UK
May 05: Leicester Handmade Festival, UK
May 06: Manchester Gorilla, UK

Mono Nowhere Now Here tracklist
1. God Bless
2. After You Comes the Flood
3. Breathe
4. Nowhere, Now Here
5. Far and Further
6. Sorrow
7. Parting
8. Meet Us Where the Night Ends
9. Funeral Song
10. Vanishing, Vanishing Maybe

Mono: Nowhere Now Here (opens in new tab)

Mono: Nowhere Now Here (opens in new tab)
Mono are back with their 10th album Nowhere Now Here. The record was produced by Steve Albini and is the Japanese outfit's first with drummer Dahm Majuri Cipolla.

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