Glasvegas to make comeback next year with new album, UK tour

James Allan onstage with Glasvegas (Photo: Sebastian Barros for Live4ever Media)

James Allan onstage with Glasvegas (Photo: Sebastian Barros for Live4ever Media)

Seven years since Later…When The TV Turns To Static, Glasvegas have made their comeback with the details of a new album and UK tour.

“If you follow your heart and your instincts, it might be difficult and you’ll trip yourself up at times – but usually, it works out,” James Allan says as the band, like most, keep their plans on hold until next year when the Godspeed LP is due to be released in April, quickly followed by UK dates in Holmfirth, Leeds, Liverpool, Birmingham, London, Brighton, Reading, Bristol, Nottingham, Manchester, Sheffield, Newcastle and Glasgow.

“Your personality, your heart – those are things that come through on a record,” Allan continues. “Things you’ll gain, things you’ll lose, your aspirations and the things that you value, things you’re embarrassed about or regret, or hope never happen.”

Tour dates:

April 2021
15 – Picturedrome, Holmfirth
16 – Warehouse, Leeds
17 – O2 Academy 2, Liverpool
18 – Asylum, Birmingham
20 – Garage, London
21 – Chalk, Brighton
23 – Sub 89, Reading
24 – Thekla, Bristol
25 – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
27- Gorilla, Manchester
28 – Foundry, Sheffield
29 – University Students Union, Newcastle

May 2021
28 – SWG3 Galvanizers Rooms, Glasgow

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