Fontaines D.C add Bath Forum gig to their 2021 UK tour.
It is easy to forget that less than 18 months ago Fontaines D.C. were yet to even release their debut album. In the here and now, masterfully captured once again by the unique production talent of Speedy Wunderground’s Dan Carey, the band’s second record A Hero’s Death arrives heralded as something of a masterpiece. On the heels of their breakthrough debut album Dogrel, and following the release of lead tracks “A Hero’s Death”, “I Don’t Belong” and “Televised Mind”, A Hero’s Death’s innovative and bruising rush of bold and bewitching song writing is already being fervently devoured by fans. The road awaits.
Fontaines D.C. have added a further four live dates to their quickly selling-out 2021 UK tour. Earlier this week the band played new album A Hero’s Death live in full for the first time online to a watching audience that topped 4000. Lockdown has not dampened appetite for live music and in the wake of selling out two nights at Glasgow’s Barrowlands, a show at Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange is added. In the North West, Liverpool’s Mountford Hall will host the band after two nights at Manchester’s Academy sold out fast. Sheffield’s show at the O2 Academy has also just topped-out. Nottingham Rock City and Bath Forum complete May 2021’s new additions.
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