Essex alt-rock outfit are set to make their long-awaited return to North America this fall when they will perform 27-date-tour for their devoted fans.
Just a few years ago a little has been known about the British rockers Nothing But Thieves, but their debut self-titled album and supporting acts for Muse have done the trick, and now the band are rapidly gaining popularity around the world.
As for latest studio works, Nothing but Thieves released their new album, Broken Machine, last year via Sony Music. In general, the new album sounds gloomier than the first one, but it is no less successful.
During the first two weeks of sales, LP soared to the second position in the British chart. And that was for a reason as during listening to the singles Amsterdam, Sorry, I'm Not Made by Design and Broken Machine, you realize that they will crash into your memory for a long time and you will sing it at least the next week.
In the sophomore album, melody, depth, sensuality, and anguish are combined in perfect proportions. The music producer of the Broken Machine became Mike Crossey, known for his work with Foals, The Kooks, Twenty One Pilots and Arctic Monkeys, which definitely positively affected the recording.
Nothing But Thieves launch their tour in Washington, DC at the 9:30 Club venue on September 7, before heading to Boston, Montreal, Detroit, Minneapolis, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Los Angeles, Austin, Nashville, Orlando, Charlotte, New York, and more. The final stop in Philadelphia, PA will wrap up impending trip on October 14.
Moreover, throughout upcoming North American Tour Nothing But Thieves will be joined by special guests Demob Happy and Grandson. Tickets for all newly announced dates go on sale this Friday, May 18.