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Incubus Announce UK Tour, Will Play Make Yourself In Full In London

Incubus are coming to the UK for some very special Make Yourself shows

Incubus have announced details of a UK tour this summer.

The California quintet will play five shows across England and Scotland, including two nights at London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall, where they will play their landmark 1999 album Make Yourself in its entirety. These will be the only European performances of Incubus’ Make Yourself set.

Last year, Incubus toured the United States as part of Make Yourself’s 20th anniversary celebrations.

Speaking to Kerrang! last year about the fame attached to the success of Make Yourself, frontman Brandon Boyd explained he wasn’t instantly comfortable with the attention.

“It was definitely a bit of an adjustment period, to be honest with you,” said Brandon. It was really exciting after working so hard for such a long time to see it start to work, though, and get to ride on that for what ended up being a really long time was incredible. It was amazing! I have to say, though, it was terrifying in certain instances. The times when it was scary for me personally was when I was completely exhausted and underfed, but it would still be like, ‘And now you’re on live TV. Go!’”

Catch Incubus at a show across the UK this summer. Tickets go on sale here at 9am Friday.

Incubus UK tour 2020


04 Birmingham, O2 Academy
05 Manchester, O2 Apollo
06 Glasgow, O2 Academy
08 London, Royal Albert Hall
09 London, Royal Albert Hall

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Posted on February 24th 2020, 1:47pm
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