Elbow announce UK tour including intimate Liverpool date

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Elbow from Manchester O2 Apollo – picture from artists Facebook

With new album Giants Of All Sizes due for release, Elbow announce a UK tour with an appearance at Liverpool Olympia.

Elbow release their new album Giants of All Sizes on October 11.

To promote this, the band embark on a 20-date UK tour, mostly in smaller venues than the band have been playing in for the last few years.

This includes a date at Liverpool Olympia on Tuesday March 31 2020.

The new album, their eighth, was recorded at various locations, including Brixton, Salford and Vancouver.

Frontman Guy Garvey describes the records as ‘an angry, old blue lament which finds its salvation in family, friends, the band and new life.’

He also says that ‘At times, it’s a bleak record, but it has a huge, if bruised, heart. It was a pleasure to make and we are all immensely proud of it.’

The track listing for Giants of All Sizes is:

Dexter & Sinister
Seven Veils
Empires
The Delayed 3:15
White Noise White Heat
Doldrums
My Trouble
On Deronda Road
Weightless

The tour starts on March 31 at Liverpool’s Olympia, before heading out across the country.

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Given that the last time Elbow played Liverpool they sold out the Echo Arena, we would advise fans to be ready to buy tickets when they are released on Friday September 27.

For those who aren’t lucky enough to get tickets, Elbow will also be playing two nights at the Manchester Apollo.

Full tour dates are

Tuesday March 31 – Eventim Olympia, Liverpool
Friday April 3 – O2 Apollo, Manchester
Saturday April 4 – O2 Apollo, Manchester
Monday April 6 – O2 Academy, Leeds
Tuesday April 7 – O2 Academy, Leeds
Wednesday April 8 – Bonus Arena, Hull
Friday April 10 – Usher Hall, Edinburgh
Saturday April 11l – Usher Hall, Edinburgh
Monday April 13 – O2 Academy, Glasgow
Tuesday April 14 – O2 Academy, Glasgow
Thursday April 16 – O2 Academy, Newcastle
Friday April 17 – O2 Academy, Newcastle
Saturday April 18 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Monday April 20– Plymouth Pavilions
Tuesday April 21 – Guildhall, Portsmouth
Wednesday April 23 – De Mondaytfort Hall, Leicester
Thursday April 24 – Brighton Centre
Friday April 25 – Bournemouth International Centre
Sunday April 27 – Eventim Apollo, London
Monday April 28 – Eventim Apollo, London

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