Tomorrow’s Ghosts Festival 2022 Announces Friday Headliner

With tickets now on sale, TOMORROW’S GHOSTS FESTIVAL 2022 are pleased to announce their Friday night headliner….


Already shaping-up to be a vintage year, Friday 28th October 2022 will be crowned by a set from the original goth rock messiahs. Formed in Stevenage, Hertfordshire in 1984, Fields of the Nephilim have become goth scene trailblazers and die-hards to the cause ever since. 

Immediately turning heads with their definitive “dust and death” image, the band also possessed a secret weapon in founding member Carl McCoy. Fronting the band with some of the recognisably ravaged vocals of the genre, McCoy and co. released their debut single Power in 1986 via the Beggars Banquet label and would rapidly ascend through the ranks with compositions which incorporated psychedelic, progressive, and heavy metal elements that would defy the naysayers time and time again.

Splitting shortly after the release of Earth Inferno, the band officially reformed as Fields of the Nephilim in 1998 with original members Tony Petit and Carl McCoy leading the charge. Steadily releasing new material such as the singles One More Nightmare (Trees Come Down A.D.) (2000), From the Fire (2002) and most recently Prophecy in 2016, FOTN have continued to play established venues and festivals across Europe to an undyingly loyal fanbase ever since.

Headlining the Friday night at Whitby Pavilion, Tomorrow’s Ghosts is overwhelmed to have the band back to the UK’s gothic mecca in 2022. This is guaranteed to be an unmissable headline performance from one of Goth’s most significant artists.