It’s not easy to predict how the world will be next year. Covid 19 may be under control, there may be a vaccine, it may be even worse than it is at the moment. The thing is we can’t and don’t want to put life in a never-ending state of limbo, that’s why we have booked this tour. We, like you, want to have stuff to look forward too. If things change for the worse and government restrictions won’t allow this tour to proceed we will adjust the tour to suit. The Love and Revolution Tour is happening. #LetTheMusicPlay 🙂
Delighted to announce details of our longest UK and Ireland tour to date. The 16-date trek begins in Liverpool on April 22 and ends at home in Belfast at The Belfast Empire on June 22. Tickets are on sale now from your nearest venue. Joining them across the mainland UK will be blues-infused modern / new wave of rock’n’rollers  These Wicked Rivers, while at home they’ll be joined by Eamonn McCormack and his Band in Dublin and The DAVY K Project in Belfast. Titled the ‘Love & Revolution Tour 2021’ in reference to their critically acclaimed second studio album release this past February, Two Tails & The Dirty Truth of Love & Revolution’ which landed at No.3 on The Official UK Rock & Metal Charts and No. 2 on The Official Independent Album Breakers Charts.
Wed 21 – Arts Club, Liverpool
Thur 22 – Bannermans Bar, Edinburgh
Fri 23 – Hard Rock Cafe, Glasgow
Sat 24 – The Brickyard, Carlisle
Sun 25 – Trillians Newcastle
Tue 27 – Eleven, Stoke-On-Trent
Wed 28 – O2 Academy Birmingham 3
Thur 29 – O2 Academy Oxford 2
Fri 30 – Waterloo Music Bar, Blackpool
Sun 02 – Heretic Fest @ Corporation Sheffield
Tues 04 – The Musician Pub, Leicester
Thur 06 – O2 Academy Islington 2, London
Fri 07 – The Patriot, Newport
Sat 08 – Leo’s Red lion Gravesend, Kent
Fri 18 – Whelan’s, Dublin*
Sat 19 – The Belfast Empire, Belfast**

*w/Eamonn McCormack & his Band
**w/The DAVY K Project
“We’re really eager to get back out to play in 2021 for our fans across the Irish sea. We miss them just as much as they miss us. We don’t want no sit-down gigs, that’s not what rock ‘n’ roll is about for us. Never has been and never will be.” said singer Phil Conalane “We’re also delighted to finally be returning to Dublin, it’s been years since we’ve played there. We hope to see as many friends on this tour as much as possible. So, grab a friend, grab a ticket and we’ll see you on the road next April, May and June on Love & Revolution Tour 2021.”
Tickets are on sale now from your local ticket retailers and from