Black Country, New Road have been announced for a 3Olympia Theatre show as part of a wider UK and European tour on 5th May 2023.
The British band cancelled their tour dates in support of second album Ants from Up There earlier this year, but have now announced a full tour for 2023. The band’s singer Isaac Wood left the group in the lead up to the release of the album on Ninja Tune in February.
Tickets for Black Country, New Road @ 3Olympia Theatre Dublin show are from €24.40 including booking fees on sale Friday 16th December at 10AM from Ticketmaster.ie.
About Black Country, New Road
Their debut, For the first time, is a 2021 Album of the Year, receiving ecstatic reviews and picking up a nomination for the Mercury Music Prize, and the band have harnessed the momentum from that record and run full pelt into their second. On their debut album, the band (Evans, May Kershaw, Charlie Wayne, Luke Mark, Isaac Wood, Tyler Hyde and Georgia Ellery) melded klezmer, post-rock, indie and an often intense spoken word delivery. On the follow-up Ants From Up There they have expanded on this unique concoction to create a singular sonic middle ground that traverses classical minimalism, indie-folk, pop, alt rock and a distinct tone that is already unique to the band.
“Ants From Up There” manages to strike a skilful balance between feeling like a bold stylistic overhaul of what came before, as well as a natural progression. It’s also an album that comes loaded with a deep-rooted conviction in the end result. “We were just so hyped the whole time,” says Hyde. “It was such a pleasure to make. I’ve kind of accepted that this might be the best thing that I’m ever part of for the rest of my life. And that’s fine.”