"Untogether", the second album from Montreal duo Blue Hawaii has just been released this spring on Arbutus Records, and has already reaped critical acclaim, with everyone from Uncut, Guardian and Metro to Pitchfork and Drowned it Sound praising the pair's glacially melancholic taken on electro pop.
Now, they are getting ready for a string of live dates in May; their first ever in the UK, taking in dates at festivals like The Great Escape and Dot to Dot, as well as their own headline shows in London at Birthdays and The Garage Upstairs. Make sure not to miss this rare opportunity to see Blue Hawaii in live action; it is bound to be a mesmeric and compelling experience for sure.
7 - Silencio, Paris
8 - Espace B, Paris
10 - Club Motherfucker 10th Birthday @ Club Motherfucker, London
11 - Jaeger (cellar), Oslo
12 - Grand Salon @ Nuits Botaniques Festival, Brussels
16 - Brighthelm @ The Great Escape, Brighton
18 - Paganini Ballroom (Hype Machine Stage) @ The Great Escape, Brighton
21 - Birthdays, London
23 - Tivoli, Utrecht
24 - Dot to Dot Festival, Manchester
25 - Dot to Dot Festival, Bristol
26 - Dot to Dot Festival, Nottingham
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