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All Saints announce first UK tour for fifteen years

By | Published on Wednesday 16 March 2016

All Saints

All Saints have announced their first UK headline tour for over a decade and a half. The delay between road trips was caused, of course, by them not existing for a while.

While existence (or a lack thereof) is no longer an issue for the Saints, you might wonder if they can all still sing. Well that’s an easy question to answer. Check out this statement they all sang together to announce the tour: “We couldn’t be more excited to be heading out on the road to perform across the UK this October”.

And now the chorus: “Playing live is our favourite thing to do as a band and we can’t wait to perform all our hits plus some new tracks from [upcoming new album] ‘Red Flag’. It’s incredible to think our last proper tour was over fifteen years ago. So we’ve been waiting for this moment for a very long time. From the feedback we’ve read online it seems like A LOT of our fans have been anxiously waiting too. We can’t wait to get out there and see everyone”.

Lovely stuff. You could also check out new single ‘One Strike’, or hang around for ‘Red Flag’, which is out on 8 Apr.

Here are those tour dates, tickets for which will be available on Friday:

6 Oct: Newcastle, Academy
7 Oct: Glasgow, Academy
8 Oct: Manchester, Academy
10 Oct: Bournemouth, Academy
11 Oct: Liverpool, Academy
13 Oct: London, Brixton Academy
14 Oct: Birmingham, Academy
15 Oct: Sheffield, Academy
17 Oct: Southend, Cliff Pavilion
18 Oct: Norwich, UEA

They’re also playing at Koko in Camden on 4 Apr, but that’s not important right now.