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Royal Blood have announced a UK arena tour for the spring of 2022.
It’ll take Mike Kerr and Ben Thatcher to Bournemouth, Birmingham, Cardiff, Nottingham, London, Leeds, Manchester and Glasgow off the back of their imminent third record during March and April next year.
In an exclusive interview with Live4ever, Kerr told us of the duo’s mindset as they eventually came off their last touring following the release of How Did We Get So Dark? in 2017.
“Before we played Reading & Leeds (in 2019) there was a year or so working on material, but I don’t think we were in a position where we had what we were searching for. Part of the reason for going out and playing some of those shows was a bit of an identity check, and a bit of a reminder of what kind of band we are.”
“I think we needed a bit of waking up. As soon as we came off that tour everything came into place, the record was really made the minute we came back after that show and was only very recently completed. Trouble’s Coming was probably written and finished a month or so after that show.”
25 – Bournemouth, International Centre
26 – Birmingham, Utilita Arena
27 – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
29 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
30 – London, The O2
1 – Leeds, First Direct Arena
2 – Manchester, AO Arena
3 – Glasgow, SSE Hydro