Mimi Barks announces UK headline tour

Mimi Barks announces UK headline tour

Tickets on sale – Wednesday 22nd May at 10am GMT

New single ‘MONTANA‘ featuring Yeti Bones of Ho99o9 is out now

The debut album ‘THIS IS DOOM TRAP’ is out on Friday 26th September and available to pre-order now.

Photo Credit: Duran Levinson (@duranite)

After recently sharing the news of her long-awaited debut album ‘THIS IS DOOM TRAP’ (out on Friday 26th September 2024 via Silent Cult), Mimi Barks is today announcing details of her UK album release tour. The tour will kick off on Tuesday 8th October 2024 in Manchester before stopping off in Bristol, London, Birmingham, Glasgow and finishing in Nottingham on Sunday 13th October. See below for full details:

8th Oct – Manchester, YES, UK

9th Oct – Bristol, Crofters Rights, UK

10th Oct – London, Camden Assembly, UK

11th Oct – Birmingham, Asylum 2, UK

12th Oct – Glasgow, Garage Attic, UK

13th Oct – Nottingham, Bodega, UK

Tickets will go live on sale on Wednesday 22nd May at 10:00am GMT.
Official ticket link: Mimi Barks | Official Website


The announcement of Mimi Barks’ upcoming UK headline tour coincides the with release of her brand-new single ‘MONTANA’ which features Yeti Bones of the American rap-punk duo Ho99o9. The relentless track, which flips from English vocals to Mimi Barks’ native German,  is the third single released from the upcoming album, following her vulnerable single ‘BANSHEE’ and the album announcement single ‘FSU’ (short for Fuck Shit Up). Stream ‘MONTANA’ here or watch the official music video below.

Alongside the new single, Mimi Barks provides the following message,

“Power through betrayal.

Ambition through hopelessness.

Every tear my teacher and I’m fueled by the hatred.

Great grief births empowerment and this song is the testament.

An untold truth. A restlessness so deeply anchored in my subconscious, a calling so deeply felt that only my mother tongue could translate this reality within me.”

Continuing to talk about the music video for ‘MONTANA’, Barks mentions, “We linked up for this video shoot in Berlin, while Ho99o9 were on tour with Carpenter Brut and Perturbator.”

Watch the official music video for ‘MONTANA’ featuring Yeti Bones of Ho99o9 right here:


“Welcome to a sonic journey through my pain-body and a guide on how to deal with it”, Mimi Barks states as she refers to the upcoming album ‘THIS IS DOOM TRAP’, which is now available to pre-order alongside exclusive merchandise right HERE.

Prior to her UK headline tour dates Mimi Bark takes to the stage at festivals across Europe this summer, including two UK appearances at 2000 Trees Festival and Bloodstock Festival. Full details below:

07/06/24 Mystic Festival, Gdańsk, Poland

19/06/24 Copenhell Festival, Copenhagen, Denmark

11/07/24 2000 Trees Festival, Cheltenham, United Kingdom
10/08/24 Bloodstock Festival, Walton On Trent, United Kingdom

Tickets for these festival appearances are one sale now: Mimi Barks | Official Website

Mimi Barks | THIS IS DOOM TRAP out 26th September via Silent Cult.
Artwork credit: Selina Naouma


Mimi Barks ‘MONTANA’ featuring Yeti Bones of HO99O9 | Stream here

Track credits: Beat produced by Morgoth Beat / Mixed by Owen Claxton


The Doom Trap Icon has enjoyed a successful rise over the last few years while sharing her relentless stage presence across the UK and Europe, appearing at festivals like Download, 2000 Trees, Graspop and Full Force as well as joining tours with rock giants Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Combichrist and Saint Agnes. She graced the front cover of Kerrang! Magazine shortly after being awarded with ‘The Disrupter’ award at the official Kerrang! Awards 2022 and had a world premiere from Daniel P. Carter on the BBC Radio 1 Rock Show with her single ‘ASHES’ which appeared on the DEADGIRL Mixtape.

With her dark vision translating across multiple platforms, she had huge support from the likes of Jack Saunders, Nels Hylton, Alyx Holcombe and Jess Iszatt at BBC Radio 1, Alex Baker and Johnny Doom of Kerrang Radio while also receiving high praise from the likes of Clash, Metal Hammer, Rock Sound, Revolver Magazine, Gigwise, Nasty Magazine, LOUDER and Knotfest who shared their own outlook on the ‘DEADGIRL’ Mixtape, “DEADGIRL seems to have a personal chronology. The progression of the songs seems to begin with you at your darkest and culminate with you coming into your own – emerging from the trauma.”

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