American dream rockers Wild Nothing are to play a couple of Liverpool dates in February and Getointothis’ Sarah Pitman has the lowdown.
Wild Nothing have released details of their upcoming 2017 tour, with 6 headlining dates across the UK, Belgium and Ireland, along with 7 dates supporting Kings of Leon.
This announcement came with a warning that this might be the last time they head our way for while so don’t miss out on your chance to see them live.
In the studio, Wild Nothing is a one man band in the form of Jack Tatum. On the road, however, he gigs with a full band playing his own style of ethereal indie pop.
February 19, 2017 will see the first anniversary of their third studio album Life is Peace, each track on this album has its own identity and doesn’t quite fit to just one genre. Jack Tatum has managed to create an album that takes the listener to another world that you can fully immerse yourself in and explore.
Wild Nothing play 2 Liverpool dates this time round, Thursday February 23 at Leaf and Saturday February 25 at the Echo Arena (with Kings of Leon).
Saturday 18th February – LONDON – Moth Club
Sunday 19th February – LEEDS – First Direct Arena (supporting Kings Of Leon)
Monday 20th February – BIRMINGHAM – Genting Arena (supporting Kings Of Leon)
Wednesday 22nd February – BIRMINGHAM – The Hare & Hounds
Thursday 23rd February – LIVERPOOL – Leaf Café
Friday 24th February – NEWCASTLE – Metro Radio Arena (supporting Kings Of Leon)
Saturday 25th February – LIVERPOOL – Echo Arena(supporting Kings Of Leon)
Sunday 26th February – MANCHESTER – Deaf Institute
Monday 27th February – GLASGOW – The SSE Hydro (supporting Kings Of Leon)
Tuesday 28th February – DUBLIN – Whelans