WOLF ALICE SECOND LONDON BRIXTON ACADEMY SHOW ADDED DUE TO PHENOMENAL DEMAND
WOLF ALICE have announced a second show in December at London Brixton O2 Academy after the first one sold out within minutes. The date – on Thursday 20 December – is added to their final run of shows for 2018, celebrating their acclaimed second album VISIONS OF A LIFE. Since the album’s release, which debuted at #2 in the UK charts, the band have toured throughout the world, including a sold-out London Alexandra Palace, stadium supports with Foo Fighters, Liam Gallagher and Queens of The Stone Age, and festivals including NYC Governors Ball, Lollapalooza and Tokyo Summer Sonic.
Speaking about these new shows, singer Ellie Rowsell said: “The reception to Visions of a Life has been extremely humbling and with an itch to write new stuff, we will be rounding off the campaign with a big hurrah and party at Manchester O2 Victoria Warehouse and London Brixton Academy”. Tickets are on sale now from www.wolfalice.co.uk
Sat 15 BANGKOK Mangosteen Music Festival
Sun 23 SYDNEY Metro Theatre
Tue 25 MELBOURNE Corner Hotel
Wed 26 MELBOURNE Corner Hotel
Fri 28 BRISBANE Eatons Hills Hotel
Sun 30 AUCKLAND Power Station
Sat 06 CAPE TOWN Rocking the Daisies Festival
Sun 07 JOHANNESBURG In the City Festival
Wed 17 LONDON Roundhouse Q Awards
Sat 10 KUALA LUMPUR Urban Scapes Festival
Sun 11 HONG KONG Clockenflap Festival
Tue 18 MANCHESTER O2 Victoria Warehouse
Wed 19 LONDON O2 Brixton Academy
Thu 20 LONDON O2 Brixton Academy
WOLF ALICE are shortlisted for their second Mercury Prize Album of The Year for VISIONS OF A LIFE. The album was also named in the Top 3 Best Albums of 2017 by NME, Q Magazine and Drowned in Sound, and led to a BRIT Award nomination for Best British Group alongside two NME Award nominations.
VISIONS OF A LIFE is the follow up to the band’s 2015 Gold-selling debut MY LOVE IS COOL, which also reached #2 in the UK album chart and #12 on the Billboard alternative album chart in the USA. In its wake, the band were nominated for the Mercury Music Prize, an Ivor Novello Award, a BRIT for Breakthrough Act and a Grammy for Best Rock Performance, and took home two NME Awards.