NOTHING BUT THIEVES – The Telegraph Building, Friday 17th November



The Telegraph Building, Friday 17th November


Tickets on sale Friday 5th May at 10am


New Album ‘DEAD CLUB CITY’ Released on 7th July


Nothing But Thieves have announced a 10-date October and November UK and Ireland headline tour, which will follow the release of their fourth album ‘Dead Club City’ on 7th July via RCA/Sony Music.

With a well-earned reputation for their energetic and impassioned performances, their live show is one not to be missed. Opening with two nights in Glasgow on the 31st October and 1st November, the tour sees the band perform a further 8 nights across the UK and Ireland, including two nights in Manchester, a headline show at London Wembley Arena and a date at The Telegraph Building Belfast on 17th November.

The band have also been announced for this year’s Radio 1 Big Weekend in Dundee performing on Sunday May 28th and are currently touring in Australia before embarking on a North American tour in September and October ahead of their UK and Ireland tour.

Nothing But Thieves toured their third album ‘Moral Panic’ in 2021 and 2022, selling over 110,000 tickets, including their biggest ever London headline show at O2 Arena and a 17,000-seat headline show at Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome.

Nothing But Thieves made a statement return last month with lead single ‘Welcome to the DCC’, marking an innovative new chapter with their fourth record ‘Dead Club City’‘Welcome to the DCC’ is A-List on Radio 1 and Radio X and has also become the band’s biggest ever airplay track to date.

Through their forthcoming 11-track album, the band showcase their city-sized members only club ‘Dead Club City’. The album’s tracklist is formed by different characters and story arcs from in and around the city, and using the club as a focal point, it is easy to imagine the real-world meaning behind Dead Club City. Themes such as advertisement, unity, internet culture, the music industry, ageing and politics, as well as escapism and change are highlighted by the alienation or privilege of a members only club. The album is  available to pre-order now – welcome to ‘Dead Club City’ and the new era of Nothing But Thieves.

Tickets for their UK and Ireland tour are available for pre-sale from 10am on Tuesday 2nd May and go on general sale at 10am on Friday 5th May. Full dates are as follows:


Tues 31st – Glasgow – O2 Academy


Weds 1st – Glasgow – O2 Academy

Fri 3rd – Bournemouth – International Centre

Sat 4th – Manchester – O2 Apollo

Sun 5th – Manchester – O2 Apollo

Tues 7th – Swansea – Arena

Thurs 9th – Birmingham – Resorts World Arena

Fri 10th – London – OVO Arena Wembley

Fri 17th – Belfast – The Telegraph Building

Mon 20th – Dublin – 3Olympia Theatre

Nothing But Thieves are Conor Mason (vocals, guitars), Joe Langridge-Brown (guitars), Dominic Craik (guitars, keyboard), Philip Blake (bass guitar) and James Price (drums).

About Nothing But Thieves:

The past few years have been quite a ride for Southend five-piece Nothing But Thieves. Amassing over 1.2 million worldwide album sales, 2 billion worldwide streams and 250 million video views, they have built up a loyal and wide following for their impactful alt rock sound and achieved global success with multiple gold and platinum records around the world, including the UK, Australia, Russia, Netherlands, South Korea and Poland.

In 2020, they released their third album ‘Moral Panic’, which charted at #3 achieving over 320 million streams and saw support from the likes of BBC Radio 1, Virgin Radio and Radio X alongside winning Best Indie Act at Global Radio’s 2021 Awards. They followed this later that year with ‘Moral Panic II’, with both projects forming ‘Moral Panic (The Complete Edition) in 2021. ‘Moral Panic’ followed their 2018 EP ‘What Did You Think When You Made Me This Way’, their 2017 acclaimed album ‘Broken Machine’, which charted at #2 in the UK album chart, and their debut self-titled album ‘Nothing But Thieves’.

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