To mark the release of their forthcoming new album, The Hum Goes On Forever, Philadelphian sextet, The Wonder Years, have today announced a UK headline tour for November.
The tour kicks off in London at Camden’s Electric Ballroom on November 8th, before performances in Birmingham, Southampton, Bristol, Manchester and Glasgow, before culminating in a show at Leeds’ Stylus on November 15th.
Speaking of the tour, frontman Dan ‘Soupy’ Campbell, says “Fun Fact: We’ve been touring the UK longer than anywhere in the world, including the US. This year marks 15 years since our first UK tour and the memories we’ve made — from playing literal basements up to Alexandria Palace — have been and continue to be some of our most treasured. So it’s with an immeasurable joy that we get to tell you today that, for the first time since 2019, we’re doing a headlining UK tour this November. We can’t wait to play everything for you—new stuff from THGOF, old favourites, the whole damn thing.”
The run is preceded by a rescheduled sold-out show in Bournemouth on November 6th, at which the band will be playing their The Upsides and Suburbia I’ve Given You All and Now I’m Nothing albums in full, as they did at the Slam Dunk Festivals earlier this year.