The Mysterines announce massive autumn headline tour

Following the summer release of their new album Afraid Of Tomorrows, The Mysterines will be heading out on their biggest-ever headline tour…

The Mysterines announce massive autumn headline tour
Emily Carter
Steve Gullick

The Mysterines have just announced a huge autumn headline tour.

The four-piece’s biggest run to date will follow the release of their upcoming second album Afraid Of Tomorrows, which is due out on June 7 via Fiction Records and is described by vocalist/guitarist Lia Metcalfe as “a mirror where you find you’re nothing more than a formless being, one made from celestial constellations”.

These shows will kick off in Dublin on October 18, before The Mysterines head to Belfast, Glasgow, Nottingham, Bristol, London and Liverpool, and then they’ll be crossing the channel to mainland Europe until November 8.

If autumn is too far away for you, though, you can see ’em live supporting Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes right now, as well as various festivals throughout the summer.

See The Mysterines at the following headline dates:


18 Dublin Whelans
19 Belfast Ulster Sports Club
20 Glasgow St Luke’s
22 Nottingham Rescue Rooms
23 Bristol Thekla
24 London O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
26 Liverpool Olympia
28 Belgium Antwerp
30 Hamburg Molotow Skybar
31 Berlin Badehaus


2 Warsaw Niebo
3 Prague Futurum
4 Munich Kranhalle
6 Milan Biko
7 Zurich Exil
8 Paris La Boule Noire

Get your tickets here from 10am on Friday, March 1.

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