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The Rasmus announce 2022 tour and share new single, Bones

Watch The Rasmus’ new lyric video for Bones, and find out where you can catch the Finnish rockers live next year…

The Rasmus have returned with their first new single in three years, Bones.

It’s about bad karma,” Lauri Ylönen says of the track. Whatever you leave behind in life, you’ll find in front of you one day. This song presents a slightly different sound but still has the typical dark layer of The Rasmus.”

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Bones is presumably taken from the Finnish rockers’ upcoming 10th LP – which they’ve been working on throughout the pandemic with UK-based, Danish-born producer Joshua, following 2017’s Dark Matters. The Rasmus plan to release more singles in the autumn”, before the full record drops in 2022. Then, they’ll be heading out on the road…

Check out Bones below:

And catch The Rasmus live at the following dates:

October 2022

10 Germany Hamburg Markthalle
11 Germany Berlin Metropol
12 Poland Warsaw Proxima
13 Poland Krakow Kwadrat
14 Germany Leipzig Taubchental
15 Czech Rep. Prague Forum Karlin
17 Hungary Budapest BNMC
18 Austria Vienna Ottakringer Brauerei
19 Germany Munich Neue Theaterfabrik
21 Italy Milan Fabrique
22 Switzerland Bern Bierhubeli
23 France Paris La Maroquinerie
24 Luxembourg Esch-Sur-Alzette Rockhal
25 Germany Wiesbaden Schlachthof (Halfhouse)
27 Germany Cologne LMH
28 Holland Haarlem Patronaat
30 England Nottingham Rock City
31 England Manchester O2 Ritz

November 2022

1 Scotland Glasgow Garage
2 England Bristol O2 Academy
3 England London O2 Forum Kentish Town
5 Ukraine Kiev Mc Hall
6 Ukraine Lviv Malevich Club
7 Ukraine Odessa Musical Comedy Theatre
8 Ukraine Dnipro Shynnic House Of Culture
9 Ukraine Kharekiv Mekhanika
11 Russia Moscow Stadium
12 Russia St Petersburg A2

The Rasmus 2022 tour poster
Posted on May 14th 2021, 3:21p.m.
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