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Justin Vernon’s stateside experimental indie-folk project Bon Iver, and Australian trio DMA’S have announced rescheduled dates, now touring across the UK in 2021.
Having released their acclaimed fourth studio album i,i last year and with recent single AUATC under their belts, Bon Iver have announced that their huge UK shows will now take place from 24 October – 1 November 2021. It comes as they add an extra date at London’s SSE Arena Wembley on 2 November 2021.
From the stripped back For Emma, Forever Ago debut, Vernon’s project has influenced countless artists across the globe, most recently teaming up with Taylor Swift on her surprise Folklore release. His collaborations also include with Kanye West, James Blake and on The Japanese House’s recent Dionne.
Bon Iver last appeared in the UK to headline All Points East Festival in 2019.
Australian trio DMA’S have also announced rescheduled headline shows, now bringing their show to the UK from 7 – 17 April 2021. The tour includes a brand new date at Liverpool’s M&S Bank Arena, as well as their previously confirmed appearance at London’s iconic Alexandra Palace.
The announcement follows the release of the band’s third studio album THE GLOW, reaching No.4 on the official UK chart. Continuing to expand their often-euphoric sound, DMA’S teamed up with Madonna and The Killers’ Grammy Award winning producer Stuart Price for the record.
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Justin Vernon’s experimental indie-folk project will now return to the UK in October and November 2021.
The Australian duo will headline across the UK, including a new date at Liverpool’s M&S Bank Arena, in April 2021.
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