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Taking Back Sunday To Play Tell All Your Friends In Full On Forthcoming Tour

Plus: former Thursday frontman Geoff Rickly set to join Taking Back Sunday for UK dates

Emo mainstays Taking Back Sunday will dust off their album Tell All Your Friends for their upcoming tour of UK and Europe.

The band will perform their 2002 debut in full, followed by a second set comprising of songs from their 20-year career.

Supports comes from The Frights and former Thursday frontman Geoffrey Rickly, while Bloodhype join the German leg of the tour.

The tour follows the release of their anniversary compilation, Twenty, a 21-song collection through Craft Recordings, taking in the highlights from all seven of their full-length albums, from their 2002 debut Tell All Your Friends up to 2016’s Tidal Wave. Two new studio songs are exclusive to the release: All Ready To Go and A Song For Dan.

Catch Taking Back Sunday’s 20th-anniversary tour at the following venues:

June

13 Birmingham, O2 Institute (with The Frights, Geoffrey Rickly)
14 Glasgow, Barrowlands (with The Frights, Geoffrey Rickly)
15 Belfast, Limelight (with The Frights, Geoffrey Rickly)
16 Dublin, Vicar Street (with The Frights, Geoffrey Rickly)
18 London, Troxy (with The Frights, Geoffrey Rickly)
19 Manchester, Academy (with The Frights, Geoffrey Rickly)
20 Bristol, O2 Academy (with The Frights, Geoffrey Rickly)
23 Amsterdam, Melkweg (with The Frights)
24 Cologne, Gloria, Cologne, Germany (with The Frights, Bloodhype)
25 Berlin, SO36 (with Bloodhype, The Frights)
26 Hamburg, Gruenspan (with The Frights, Bloodhype)

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Posted on April 25th 2019, 10:40am
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