Damon Albarn fans rejoice with The Good, The Bad & The Queen announcing a Liverpool date for 2019, as Getintothis’ Simon Kirk has all the details.
Christmas has come early for The Good, The Bad & The Queen fans, as they announce a Liverpool show for next year.
In support of The Good, The Bad & The Queen‘s new album, Merrie Land – the long-awaited follow up to 2007’s self-titled debut LP, Damon Albarn, Paul Simonon, Tony Allen and Simon Tong will play the O2 Academy on Thursday, April 18.
After a recent run of sold out shows – including performances in working-men’s clubs in the North East of the country and a show on Blackpool’s historic North Pierin, this tour kicks off on Friday April 12 in Norwich, culminating with a hometown show at the London Palladium a week later.
Merrie Land has been met with much critical acclaim around the traps, sneaking in as a late bolter to many end of year album lists.
It has been suggested it is among Albarn‘s finest work yet – we’ll let you be the judge of that.
The Good, The Bad & The Queen tour dates:
Friday April 12- The LCR – UEA, Norwich
Saturday April 13: Great Hall, Cardiff University, Cardiff
Monday April 15: Octagon Centre, Sheffield
Tuesday April 16: Albert Hall, Manchester
Thursday April 18: O2 Academy, Liverpool
Friday April 19: The London Palladium, London
⭐️⭐️⭐️ ANNOUNCEMENT ⭐️⭐️⭐️
Damon Albarn led supergroup @goodbadqueen play @O2AcademyLpool Thursday 18th April. The show has moved from the Olympia to O2 Academy on the same date. All tickets original remain valid. New tickets are available via https://t.co/E19rx153Sv on sale now! pic.twitter.com/yVpZ8kmIsp
— O2 Academy Liverpool (@O2AcademyLpool) February 26, 2019