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As Part of a Brief European Tour in 2023, Turnstile Will Perform at the Brixton Academy.

As part of a brief European tour in 2023, Turnstile have announced what will be their biggest show to date in the United Kingdom – details and tickets may be seen below.

In May of the following year, the hard rock band will make another trip to Europe. They recently came out with a new album titled “GLOW ON” and have been on the road nonstop since then.

Brixton Academy will kick off the brief tour with a performance on May 30, followed by shows in Tilburg (June 6) and Berlin (June 8). (June 7).

The tour will also feature performances at Primavera Sound 2023, which will take place in Barcelona and Madrid. Some of the headliners for the event include Depeche Mode, Blur, Kendrick Lamar, and Rosala.

On Friday, December 9 at 10 a.m. local time, tickets for the Turnstile 2023 concerts that will be held in the UK and Europe will go on sale to the general public.

Please see the following for further details regarding each of the three concerts.

MAY 2023
30 – London, O2 Academy Brixton

JUNE 2023
5 – Tilburg, 013
7 – Berlin, Verti Music Hall

“GLOW ON” was made available to the public in August of 2021. The music magazine NME gave it a rating of five stars and described it as “the sound of rock music stretched to exhilarating lengths.”

Since then, the band has appeared on the cover of NME and performed a set that was described as “chaotic” at Glastonbury 2022.

Yates commented on the popularity of the band in the cover version, saying, “It’s always a nice feeling. It is always a fantastic feeling when we are able to reach out to anyone who is looking for our music and watch how it happens. Since we’ve been allowed to play live shows once more, we’ve been showered with offers to perform in front of an increasing number of new audiences…

“I believe that playing music, regardless of who you question about it, is always an exciting opportunity, especially because you never feel like you’re doing the same thing [and that] you’re always continually evolving. It does not necessarily mean the number [of the crowd], but it is more about progress when you challenge yourself, put yourself in different settings, and make the most of your opportunity to grow moving ahead.

The following year, Turnstile will embark on a tour with the recently reformed Blink-182 and play a number of gigs around the continent of North America before heading over to Europe.

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