Currently in the midst of a sold-out UK and Ireland tour, Daughter have revealed details of a 12-date European tour and additional British shows in April.
The London-based trio of Elena Tonra, Igor Haefeli and Remi Aguilella will visit the following destinations:
4th - BRUSSELS, Botanique
5th - ROTTERDAM, Motel Mozaique
7th - AMSTERDAM, Melkweg
8th - KOLN, Gebauede 9
9th - BERLIN, Festsaal Kreutberg
10th - COPENHAGEN, Vega
12th - LUND, Mejeriet
13th - STOCKHOLM, Debaser Slussen
15th - HAMBURG, Knust
16th - FRANKFURT, Zoom
17th - ZURICH, Kinski Klub
19th - PARIS, Caf' de la Danse
21st - BIRMINGHAM, Library
22nd - LIVERPOOL, Anglican Cathedral
23rd - OXFORD, Town Hall
24th - BOURNEMOUTH, Old Fire Station
Tickets for the Birmingham, Liverpool, Oxford and Bournemouth shows go on sale at 9am GMT on Friday 18th January.
Daughter's debut album If You Leave will be released on CD, LP and digital download on March 18th through 4AD worldwide (April 30th in N. America via Glassnote).
Daughter started life in 2010, and on the strength of just two releases, EPs His Young Heart and The Wild Youth, they have gained a loyal following, which continues to grow. With tickets for their first major UK tour long sold out and recent single 'Smother' playlisted at Radio 1, 6Music and XFM, it's clear that this young trio's star is on the ascent.
Elena, Igor and Remi continue their UK and Ireland tour this week:
17th - BRIGHTON, St. Mary's Church SOLD OUT
18th - MANCHESTER, St. Phils SOLD OUT
19th - STOCKTON-ON-TEES, Georgian Theatre SOLD OUT
21st - GLASGOW, Oran Mor SOLD OUT
22nd - BRISTOL, St. Georges SOLD OUT
24th - LONDON, Hackney Empire SOLD OUT
26th - DUBLIN, Button Factory SOLD OUT
27th - BELFAST, The Black Box SOLD OUT
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