The news surfaced in an earlier tweet today in which the group cited the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic (especially as the Omicron variant continues to spread across the continent) as the reason for their decision.
The exhibitions will initially stop at the Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow on Wednesday, January 5, 7 and 8, while the Dublin shows will take place on January 24 and Tuesday, January 25. New dates have not yet been confirmed, but the band promises them will be announced soon.
Tickets automatically go back to the set date when they are locked, but fans who fail to do so will be eligible for a refund.
– Wolf Alice (@wolfalicemusic) December 24, 2021
At the time of writing, the remaining 15 dates of Wolf Alice’s UK tour could go on as planned. All but two of them were sold, and concerts were held in Newcastle, Norwich, Manchester, Sheffield, Liverpool, London, Southampton, Bexhill On Sea, Birmingham, Plymouth and Bristol. A week later, the group begins its work An equally large trek across Europe.
Festival performances will take place between concerts, and the group will give a concert Reading and Leeds, The best kept secret and Tempelhof sounds, Among others. You can find more information about all the shows where they appear here their website.
Wolf Alice released his third album, Blue Weekend, in June through Dirty Hit. In a five-star review, of Rian Daly called it “the band’s most appropriate listening.” [which] It preserves the restless spirit that makes their work unpredictable and exciting. ”
Wolf Alice had previously set her own new record at a small show at Pryzm in Kingston As part of a tour supporting Music Venue Trust’s Live Revive Live campaign. Watch the show, he wrote: “The impressive aspect is how the belt shifts gears without any problems, passing from the delicate weakness without any blow to the riffs that have torn the teeth.”
talk to , bassist Theo Ellis said it was “wonderful” to return to the road after the restrictions after COVID. “There was a very large and diverse community of people affected [the pandemic] in the world of music, ”he said. “It’s not just us – it’s all our crew, all the people who work at these festivals, all the people who work at the venues.