Spielbergs returning to UK in September for headline tour

Scandinavian indie band Spielbergs released one of the best albums of 2018 with their full length debut ‘This Is Not The End’.  An album drenched in 90s influences, its retro charm is deserving of a wider audience.  [Read a full review here].

In September, they return to UK shores for their own headline tour.  All of the confirmed dates – along with other details – can be found in the press release below.


Spielbergs announce September UK tour dates

Debut album This Is Not The End out now

Spielbergs will be returning to the UK for another run of headline live dates this September. Having packed out venues up and down the country during their first ever UK appearances earlier this year – in support of their debut album This Is Not The End – the acclaimed indie-rock trio will follow their upcoming summer festival dates with a string of club shows through September. Full dates are below.

Spielbergs September 2019 UK headline tour dates 

Weds 18 Think Tank? Underground, Newcastle, UK
Thur 19 The Poetry Club, Glasgow, UK
Sat 21 The Flapper, Birmingham, UK
Sun 22 Yes (Basement), Manchester, UK
Mon 23 Picture House Social, Sheffield, UK
Tue 24 Oporto, Leeds, UK
Thur 26 Louisiana, Bristol, UK
Fri 27 Oslo, London, UK

Tickets go on sale this Friday 26th April at 10am and can be purchased here.

Spielbergs are also set to appear at Hit The North, Live At Leeds, and 2000 Trees, before further shows in Sweden and Norway, as well as upcoming UK support dates in London and Brighton with Foxing.

Spielbergs’ debut album This Is Not The End is out now on By The Time It Gets Dark. Catch the vinyl album re-press, and other formats, here:
Official Store | Bandcamp

Listen to all the singles on SoundCloud HERE.

Praise for Spielbergs

“Physical intensity, gooey emotions, and devotionals that are joyous.” – Pitchfork

“Big, heart-on-sleeve guitar-rock with a go-for-broke anthemic intensity.” – Stereogum

“They’ve perhaps made the best debut of 2019 so far.” – NME

“Joyfully ragged, emo-esque, power-pop songs.” – The Guardian

“An amazing band” – Dan P Carter, Radio 1

“Fans of fuzzy, propulsive cathartic jams, are about to have a new favourite band.” – Kerrang!

“Pummelling yet melodic guitars batter you round the heart with nary a pause for breath… Full of huge, lung-busting, shouting-into-the-wind vocals and relentless drums, guitars and everything else, cheerily-titled new single ‘We Are All Going To Die’ shows little concern for restraint.” – DIY

“We Are All Going To Die” is encased in a relentless soundscape of drums and guitars, owing its all-encompassing musicianship to shoegaze that is underpinned by a distinctly emo heart.” – The Line of Best Fit

“A roller coaster ride of rollicking riffs, descending and ascending with a luminous fury and friskiness, before delivering us back home again safe and sound, but breathless.” – 405

“An alt-rock banger, ‘We Are All Going To Die’ is a lot more fun than it sounds.”– Dork

“Guitars drill down at all angles, while the pummelling percussion sounds like a cement mixer trying to chew up a steel beam.” – CLASH

“It offers the kind of swaggering, punch-drunk escapism we used to spend all our time wishing for in our teenage years, while making it feel utterly achievable even now we’re much older and far more cynical.” – Gold Flake Paint

“One of the most exciting bands of the year.” – The i Paper

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