Boston Manor Unveil Details Of Their Biggest UK Headline Tour To Date

Boston Manor have announced their biggest run of UK headline shows to date, with support coming from Trophy Eyes.

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Having just concluded an intimate run across the country, the eight shows will see the band playing their biggest venues yet.

The tour will begin in Nottingham on September 18 before working its way through Manchester, Leeds, Glasgow, Bristol, Southampton and Birmingham, concluding with a huge show at London’s O2 Kentish Town Forum on September 27.

Tickets will be on sale from 10am this Friday, April 19 – see the full list of dates and venues below.

September 18 – NOTTINGHAM – Rock City

September 19 – MANCHESTER – O2 Ritz

September 20 – LEEDS – Project House

September 22 – GLASGOW – SWG3

September 24 – BRISTOL – SWX


September 26 – BIRMINGHAM – XOYO

September 27 – LONDON – O2 Kentish Town Forum

Boston Manor announced their return earlier this year with single ‘Container’, and recently shared the huge new track ‘Sliding Doors’.

Speaking about ‘Sliding Doors’, vocalist Henry Cox has explained:

“‘Sliding Doors’ is named after that movie of the same name. I called it that because when we were writing it I started thinking about all of the decisions that I’ve made that have led me to the life I have and how circumstantial a lot of it is.

“It got me thinking about how Boston Manor started. I’d had a few conversations with Dan [Cunniff, bass] and Mike [Cunniff, lead guitar] (who I barely knew at the time) about starting a band.

“But at that time I was in art school in a different city and I had a bunch of other stuff going on. I was also starting like two other bands with different people so I figured it was just something that you talk about.”

Have a listen to the track below.

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