Thom Yorke announces Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes UK and European tour

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Thom Yorke (Image credit: Roberto Panucci/Corbis - Getty)

Thom Yorke has announced he’ll head out on the road with his Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes project next year.

The Radiohead (opens in new tab) frontman is joined in the lineup by Nigel Godrich and visual artist Tarik Barr, with the run of 11 shows getting under way at the SEC in Glasgow on June 19 and wrapping up with a performance at Berlin’s Max Schmeling Halle on July 13.

The tour includes the previously confirmed sets at Poland’s Open’er Festival and at the Roskilde Festival, Denmark.

The trio will play songs from throughout Yorke’s career including The Eraser, Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes (opens in new tab), Atoms For Peace’s AmokSuspiria and Anima, which was released in June this year.

Tickets will go on sale this coming Friday (October 18).

To coincide with the launch of Anima, a “one reeler” film also titled Anima was made available on Netflix (opens in new tab). The film was created by Paul Thomas and features three tracks from the record.

Yorke is currently on tour across North America (opens in new tab), with his next date set to take place at Berkeley’s Greek Theatre, California, on October 18.

Thom Yorke 2020 UK and European tour
Jun 19: Glasgow SEC, UK
Jun 20: Manchester O2 Victoria Warehouse, UK
Jun 23: London Eventim Apollo, UK
Jun 24: London Eventim Apollo, UK
Jul 01: Gdynia Open’er Festival, Poland
Jul 01-04: Roskilde Festival, Denmark
Jul 06: Amsterdam AFAS Live, Netherlands
Jul 09: Milan Ippodromo del Galoppo di San Siro, Italy
Jul 11: Pohoda Festival, Slovakia
Jul 12: Prague Karlin Hall, Czech Republic
Jul 13: Berlin Max Schmeling Halle, Germany

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