With their debut album ‘Nowhere‘ set for an expanded re-release on November 6th, Ride have now revealed they will further celebrate the 25th anniversary by performing it in full during their October UK tour.
“I’m so excited about playing ‘Nowhere’ in full,” guitarist Andy Bell remarks. “I didn’t realise how few times we’d actually played most of the songs. And of course we have never played the album in its original track order before.
“All in all, it’s a big deal to us, and we haven’t been certain we could pull it off until now. We as a band are so proud of the album and we are aware that fans have been campaigning for us to perform it in full on this tour but it’s only now that we are sure we can do the album justice.”
Ride open in Leeds on October 11th, and conclude at the Birmingham Institute on the 22nd.
Leeds, O2 Academy (11)
Norwich, UEA (12)
London, O2 Academy Brixton (14)
Liverpool, O2 Academy (15)
Bristol, Anson Rooms (17)
Newcastle, O2 Academy (18)
Edinburgh, Corn Exchange (19)
Nottingham, Rock City (21)
Birmingham, Institute (22)