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MUSIC: Thieves steal the limelight

Sunday, 29th July, 2018 7:00pm
MUSIC: Thieves steal the limelight

Nothing But Thieves are on a roll around the world.

MUSIC: Thieves steal the limelight

Nothing But Thieves are on a roll around the world.

FOLLOWING two sold out shows at London’s Roundhouse at the end of last year, Nothing But Thieves have announced their biggest tour to date.

The 14-date tour takes in five cities in the UK and Ireland and includes a major headline show on Tuesday, November 27 at Dublin’s Academy.

The scale of these shows is testament to the success of Nothing But Thieves’ critically acclaimed sophomore album ‘Broken Machine’, which hit the number two spot on the UK album chart.

To say Nothing But Thieves have been on an epic journey the past 18 months is an understate-ment. With half a million albums sold and the same number of streams globally, these five lads from Southend have gone from playing to a handful of friends in Essex to sold out shows in 35 countries. 

Muse tours, festival headlines in the UK, Europe and the US, performances at Coachella and Lollapalooza, a headline tour in China, headlining gigs to over 20,000 people in South Korea, and their first South American tour now on sale, have gained them a rabid fanbase that follow their every move.

The band spent a big chunk of 2016 in America playing shows and performing on everything from Conan O’Brien and James Corden, to Jimmy Kimmel. Their success continues to grow with the release of ‘Broken Machine’ making them one of the most exciting new bands to emerge from the UK in recent years. Tickets for The Academy, Dublin are €22.90 including booking fee.

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