Australian 5-piece Tonight Alive are set to release their new album The Other Side through Search and Destroy on September 9th.
With the new album finished, the band feel rejuvenated and reborn once again. Armed with new material and a world's worth of road experience, Tonight Alive are ready to continue their journey across the globe - one explosive show at a time - and look set to take their music farther and wider than ever before. Having played Slam Dunk festival earlier this year, the band are currently on the Vans Warped Tour across the US and will be back in the UK in September.
1. The Ocean / 2. Don't Wish / 3. Lonely Girl / 4. Hell And Back / 5. The Other Side / 6. The Fire / 7. Complexes / 8. Come Home / 9. Bathwater / 10. No Different / 11. Say Please / 12. You Don't Owe Me Anything
Full UK live dates are as follows:
Date Venue City Ticket price/link
Sun 29 The Haunt Brighton £12 /
Tue 01 Library B'ham £12 /
Wed 02 The Garage Glasgow £12.50 /
Thu 03 Academy 3 Manchester £12 /
Fri 04 Academy 2 Liverpool £12.50 /
Sat 05 Academy 2 Dublin 12 EURO /
Sun 06 Oh Yeah Centre Belfast £12.50 /
Tue 08 Academy 2 Newcastle £12.00 /
Wed 09 Electric Ballroom London £13.50 /
Fri 11 Cockpit Leeds £12.00 /
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