Track: Boy & Bear return with new single ‘Hold Your Nerve’, plus tour news



Boy & Bear set their fanbase abuzz last month after teasing brand new music. Now, the wait is over with the band returning with a triumphant new single, Hold Your Nerve, their first new music since the release of 2015’s Limit of Love.

After the most tumultuous period of the band’s lives both personally and professionally, Hold Your Nerve is an upbeat, optimistic song in which they channel their trademark penchant for organic, dreamy 70’s sounds into one of their most direct, modern and addictive songs to date.

Along with the release of Hold Your Nerve, the five-time’s ARIA winners have announced their global tour which begins later this year in Australia and North America. The tour will then head to the UK and Europe in early 2020. Current list of EU dates below with tickets on-sale tomorrow, 7th June from www.boyandbear.com and all major ticket outlets.

European 2020 Tour Dates:

5th February Antwerp, Belgium @ De Roma
6th February Utrecht, Netherlands @ Tivoli Vrendenburg
7th February Nijmegen, Netherlands @ Doornroosje
8th February Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Paradiso Noord
11th February Paris, France @ Les Etoiles
12th February Koln, Germany @ Luxor
13th February Hamburg, Germany @ Knust
15th February Berlin, Germany @ Lido
16th February Munich, Germany @ Strom
17th February Milan, Italy @ Magnolia
18th February Zurich, Switzerland @ Papiersaal
20th February Manchester, UK @ Gorilla
21st February Glasgow, UK @ Glasgow Arts School
22nd February Nottingham, UK @ Rescue Rooms
24th February Birmingham, UK @ Institute 3
25th February Bristol, UK @ Thekla
26th February London, UK @ Shepherds Bush Empire

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2 Comments

  1. June 20, 2019
    Reply

    A wonderful voice and really neat song. Thank you

  2. Bill Benstead
    February 28, 2020
    Reply

    Saw these in Bristol at the Thekla venue, fantastic performance and venue.

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