American band Of Mice & Men have announced their biggest headline run to date which sees them them tour the UK over 8 dates spring 2015
"We're so excited to be coming back & headlining the United Kingdom & Europe. This will be our biggest headlining tour to date & we're not holding ANYTHING back. We've been busy in the studio working on new material & you can bet you'll be hearing some new songs & some old favorites as well. This will be a concert experience you won't want to miss so make sure to get tickets before they sell out! We can't wait to play your city!" says drummer Valentino Arteaga
Of Mice & Men have had fantastic year, from gracing the magazine covers of Rock Sound & Kerrang! magazines to winning Metal Hammers 'Breakthrough Artist' of the year. Not to mention sold out world wide tours, a headlining slot at this years Reading & Leeds Festivals and most recently supporting Linkin Park on their Arena tour.
Current double A-side single, 'Would You Still Be There' & 'Feels Like Forever' is out 1st December. The videos have amassed more than 3 millions views between them are taken from the album 'Restoring Force' which charted at #4 in the US and #17 in the UK has now sold well over 160,000 copies.
Check out the for Of Mice & Men's headlining 2015 tour below:
Thu 26 March O2 Guildhall, Southampton
Fri 27 March O2 Academy, Bristol
Sat 28 March O2 Academy Brixton, London
Mon 30 March Barrowlands, Glasgow
Tue 31 March O2 Academy, Newcastle
Thur 2 April Rock City, Nottingham
Fri 3 April O2 Academy, Birmingham
Sat 4 April Academy, Manchester
Tickets on sale Friday 28th November
Of Mice & Men is Austin Carlile (vocals), Alan Ashby (guitar), Valentino Arteaga (drums), Aaron Pauley (vocals / bass) and Phil Manansala (guitar)
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