The trek concludes on December 18 in Münster, Germany, with Miss May I and Thornhill in support on all dates. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on September 18.
Bury Tomorrow put out their sixth studio album, ‘Cannibal’, back in July, the follow-up to 2018’s ‘Black Flame’. August Burns Red, meanwhile, dropped album number nine, ‘Guardians’, in April. Miss May I’s last full-length came in the form of 2018’s ‘Shadows Inside’, while Thornhill released their debut LP, ‘The Dark Pool’, in 2019.
Bury Tomorrow vocalist, Daniel Winter-Bates said:
“In such a crazy year, we are immensely proud of the success ‘Cannibal’ has had and continues to have. We are sure that, like us, our fans and fans of live music in general are so excited to be able to return to what connects us the most: shows, festivals and gigs.
“We are excited to announce our new headline tour for next year playing some of our favourite places to play and giving us all something amazing to look forward to. We are stoked to be doing this run with the phenomenal August Burns Red, a band that all five members respect and enjoy musically. This is truly one not to miss!”
Bury Tomorrow’s postponed intimate ‘Cannibal’ release shows will now take place in May due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bury Tomorrow Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows
Mon May 24 2021 – LEEDS Headrow House
Tue May 25 2021 – LONDON Pryzm
Wed May 26 2021 – SOUTHAMPTON Joiners
Thu May 27 2021 – LONDON Underworld
Fri November 12 2021 – BRIGHTON Chalk
Sat November 13 2021 – SOUTHAMPTON O2 Guildhall
Sun November 14 2021 – NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Northumbria University
Mon November 15 2021 – GLASGOW SWG3
Wed November 17 2021 – LEEDS Beckett University Union
Fri November 19 2021 – MANCHESTER O2 Ritz
Sat November 20 2021 – BIRMINGHAM O2 Institute
Sun November 21 2021 – BRISTOL O2 Academy Bristol
Mon November 22 2021 – NORWICH UEA
Wed November 24 2021 – LONDON Electric Ballroom
Thu November 25 2021 – LONDON Electric Ballroom