Live: Weyes Blood Announces ‘Something To Believe’ 2019 Tour

Photo Credit: Brett Stanley

Following her sold out “True Love Is Making A Comeback” live shows in the UK at the end of last month, Weyes Blood has announced a full UK and European tour

The “Something To Believe” live dates kick off in Dublin on 26th October, taking in Glasgow, Manchester and London, followed by multiple dates in Europe, finishing up in Oslo on 17th November

All upcoming dates below…

May 14 – San Francisco, CA – The Independent
16 – Seattle, WA – The Tractor Tavern
17 – Vancouver, BC – St. James Hall
18 – Portland, OR – Doug Fir Lounge
21 – Minneapolis, MN – Turf Club
22 – Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall
24 – Toronto, ON – Horseshoe Tavern
25 – Montreal, QC – Petit Campus
26 – Portland, ME – SPACE Gallery
28 – Cambridge, MA – The Sinclair
29 – New York, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg
31 – Washington, DC – U Street Music Hall
June 01 – Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s
03 – Atlanta, GA – The Earl
04 – Nashville, TN – The High Watt
06 – Dallas, TX – Club Dada
07 – Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall (upstairs)
08 – Austin, TX – Antone’s
10 – El Paso, TX – Lowbrow Palace
11 – Santa Fe, NM – Meow Wolf
12 – Phoenix, AZ – Valley Bar
13 – Los Angeles, CA – The Troubadour
July 05 – Roskilde Festival, DK
October 26 – Dublin, IE – Button Factory
28 – Glasgow, UK – The Art School
29 – Manchester, UK – Club Academy
30 – London, UK – Electric Brixton
November 3 – Bordeaux, FR – IBOAT
5 – Braga, PT – gnration
6 – Lisbon, PT – ZDB @ B.Leza
7 – Madrid, ES – Sala 0 – Palacio de Prensa
10 – Vevey, CH – Rocking Chair
11 – Zürich, CH – Bogen F
13 – Berlin, DE – Bi Nuu
14 – Copenhagen, DK – DR Koncerthuset Studie 2
15 – Stockholm, SE – Slaktkyrkan
16 – Gothenburg, SE – Oceanen.
17 – Oslo, NO – Parkteatret

Last month, Weyes Blood released her fourth album Titanic Rising. Written and recorded during the first half of 2018, it is the culmination of three albums and many years of touring: stronger chops and ballsier decisions. It’s an achievement in transcendent vocals and levitating arrangements, conversational lyrics and thoughtful commentary on the modern condition of our souls. Like the Kinks meet WWII (or is it Bob Seger meets Enya?) Titanic Rising manages to ride that line between classic songwriting and post-apocalyptic futurism. Read our 5 star review HERE