With their first new album in almost a decade arriving later this month, The Gaslight Anthem are now looking to 2024 and taking History Books across the pond.
The New Jersey quartet have just confirmed details of a March headline tour of Europe and the UK, and in the same announcement they’ve also shared that they’ll be headlining beloved independent rock festival 2000trees in July.
Gaslight’s March tour begins in Stockholm, and will hit venues in Oslo, Copenhagen, Berlin, Wiesbaden, Brussels, Cologne, Utrecht, Glasgow, Sheffield, Manchester, Wolverhampton, London (twice) and Dublin, before they return again in the summer to headline 2000trees, and also play a one-off show in Nottingham the night before. Support for the March tour comes from Emily Wolfe, and tickets go on sale this Friday, October 6 at 10am BST.
To coincide with the tour news, the band have also just shared another lovely preview from History Books: Autumn. “I wrote that song on a really beautiful fall day, looking out the window and thinking, ‘How many days like this do we get to see?’” says frontman Brian Fallon. “So much of life is just trying to get by, but every now and then you have those moments where you can really feel grateful for the small things.”
Listen to Autumn: