He'll now take to England's capital on 10 - 11 September 2021.
Set to play at Community Festival in London tomorrow, Nothing But Thieves have now announced a headline tour for November.
The band will be celebrating the forthcoming release of their sophomore album, Broken Machine, which arrives after a heavy touring schedule for their self-titled debut.
Broken Machines celebrates the band’s resilience, with the band open about their troubles towards the end of their last touring cycle. “I was really struggling with the whole lack of sleep and being away on the road for a year straight,” says vocalist Conor Mason.
“I had so many conversations with the guys about it; I remember getting home from this long stretch, seven months, and thinking, ‘I don’t know if I can do this any more, I’m losing my mind.’”
Eventually, the band saw the light at the end of the tunnel. “It affected us in terms of what we wanted to put out for this next album. I like that in that hard time we’ve come out with a few songs about it, turning something really dark into something quite beautiful.”
To date, the band have revealed new track Amsterdam.
They are now reinvigorated and raring to go, announcing a nine date tour in November 2017. The run kicks off in Newcastle, culminating in a show at London’s Roundhouse on the 17 November.
Here are those dates:
5 November – O2 Academy, Newcastle
7 November – O2 Academy, Glasgow
8 November – Albert Hall, Manchester
10 November – Rock City, Nottingham
11 November – O2 Academy, Liverpool
13 November – O2 Academy, Bristol
14 November – UEA, Norwich
15 November – O2 Guildhall, Southampton
17 November – Roundhouse, London
Tickets are on sale from 9:00 on Friday 7 July 2017 through Ticketmaster.co.uk.