See the pop-punkers live this summer.
Canadian pop-punkers Sum 41 have confirmed details of a forthcoming UK tour.
The newly announced dates kick off in Exeter on Wednesday 26 June 2019, before heading to Leicester, Glasgow and Manchester.
Yours Truly will support on all dates.
The new tour will see the band come to UK shores in the run-up to the release of their upcoming seventh studio album Order in Decline, due on Friday 19 July 2019.
The new album was produced by the band’s frontman Deryck Whibley and is their second release on the independent label Hopeless Records.
Last Friday the rockers dropped the debut single from the album Out for Blood. Watch the official video for the brand new hard-hitting track below:
Sum 41 broke through in 2001 with their hugely successful debut album All Killer No Filler. The record, which has since gone platinum in the UK and US was filled to the brim with catchy songs and spawned the fan favourite singles Motivation, Fat Lip and In Too Deep.
The band have released five albums since their debut, 2002’s Does This Look Infected?, 2004’s Chuck, 2007’s Underclass Hero, 2011’s Screaming Bloody Murder and their most recent effort, 2016’s 13 Voices.
Some of the band’s other well-known singles include The Hell Song, Still Waiting, Underclass Hero, We’re All to Blame and Screaming Bloody Murder.
Frequent visitors to the UK, Sum 41 are famous for their hugely energetic live shows. The last time the band performed here was for two, show-stealing, career-spanning sets on the main stage at Reading and Leeds festivals in 2018. At both of the gigs, Sum 41 were joined on stage by Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda for a cover of the Linkin Park’s single Faint.
Sum 41 return to the UK this summer ahead of the release of their new studio album Order in Decline.
Here are the dates:
23 June 2019 – Castle Session, Exeter
24 June 2019 – De Montford Hall, Leicester
25 June 2019 – O2 Academy Glasgow
26 June 2019 – O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
Tickets for the new tour will be available from 10:00 Friday 3 May 2019 through Ticketmaster.co.uk.