Nova Twins announce 2023 Supernova tour dates

Ahead of their Supernova album shows in November, Nova Twins have announced that they’ll be back out on the road again early next year…

Nova Twins announce 2023 Supernova tour dates
Emily Carter
Federica Burelli

As they gear up to bring Supernova to life at their biggest UK shows in November, Nova Twins have already revealed that they’ll be back out on tour again early next year.

The duo – guitarist / vocalist Amy Love and bassist Georgia South – will be bringing Supernova to Belfast, Dublin, Norwich, Bristol, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Leeds, Birmingham, Southampton and Brighton in February and March 2023 (tickets go on sale this Wednesday, September 7, at midday).

Before that, though, Nova Twins will find out this week if they’ve won this year’s Mercury Prize. They face up against the likes of Harry Styles, Sam Fender, Little Simz and Wet Leg, with Georgia telling Kerrang! of the nomination and what it means to be the first black rock band up for the prize: “It feels amazing, like a massive win for the community. It feels like we might be opening doors that other people can run through.”

“And it’s a massive win for heavy music!” added Amy. “This sort of genre isn’t always at the forefront [for this kind of award], so to have a heavy act on the list this year is amazing!”

Catch Nova Twins at the following new dates next year:

February 2023

10 Belfast Oh Yeah Music Centre
11 Dublin Whelans
17 Norwich The Waterfront
18 Bristol Trinity
23 Liverpool O2 Academy2
24 Edinburgh La Belle Angele
25 Newcastle University
26 Leeds Key Club

March 2023

2 Birmingham O2 Academy2
3 Southampton 1865
4 Brighton Chalk

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