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November 2018
On the road

The Joy Formidable have announced a new tour for February 2019

Their new record ‘AAARTH’ came out last month via Hassle Records.
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Published: 2:36 pm, October 23, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
The Joy Formidable have announced a new tour for February 2019

The Joy Formidable are taking their new album on the road.

‘AAARTH’ came out last month via Hassle Records, and it’ll see them perform a headline tour that kicks off on 10th February at Norwich Arts Centre.

Lead singer and guitarist Ritzy Bryan says of the album: “With life not always being that kind, you can either go down a really dark hole or you can smear yourself with colour and reverie and try to forget.

“That’s what we did with AAARTH; we threw ourselves into this beautiful vivacious collage of experimentation, real meets unreal, and stopped giving a fuck about things that didn’t matter, and started caring more about the things that are worth your time.”

The live dates read:

FEBRUARY
10 NORWICH Arts Centre
11 LEEDS Key Club
12 GLASGOW King Tuts
14 NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Think Tank
15 MANCHESTER Gorilla
16 NOTTINGHAM Rescue Rooms
18 PORTSMOUTH Wedgewood Rooms
19 BRISTOL Fleece
20 SWANSEA Sin City
21 BIRMINGHAM O2 Institute3
22 LONDON Garage

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