News: bdrmm reschedule UK tour for the autumn – see rearranged dates

bdrmm, photographed by Sam Joyce

YORKSHIRE’S shoegaze princes-in-waiting bdrmm have rescheduled their long-awaited UK tour to October and November, hoping as we all are that live music will be fully functional by then. See the rearranged dates below.

Sonic Cathedral, voicing the natural frustration I’m sure so many of us feel at the Government’s … idiosyncratic handling of the pandemic, said: “Hopefully, if the Government’s clown car roadmap actually works, venues will be reopened by the summer and these new dates will finally allow the band to get out and tour their debut album Bedroom, which was released last year to universal critical acclaim and ended up in Rough Trade’s Top 10 Albums of the Year.”

It will be the first chance so many of us will get to witness that album, which we noted as being as “beautiful and mysterious” (read our review here) live and sweaty and loud and among grinning strangers – the truly good communing in music. The properly good stuff. Riddle me this: how good will “A Reason To Celebrate” sound once we’re out the other side?

“We have everything crossed that this one will be the one,” said singer/guitarist Ryan Smith. 

“The optimism that music will return back to normal is what keeps us all going. We can’t wait to see you.”

Original tickets are still valid, including the Brighton show which has been upgraded due to demand. The band now play the following dates:

October 21st, Blackpool, Bootleg Social;
October 22nd, Leeds, Belgrave Music Hall;
October 23rd, Nottingham, The Chameleon;
October 24th, Edinburgh, Sneaky Pete’s;
October 26th, Glasgow, The Hug And Pint;
October 27th, Birmingham, The Hare And Hounds;
October 29th, York, The Fulford Arms;
October 30th, Birkenhead, Future Yard;
October 31st, Manchester, YES Basement;
November 1st, Southampton, Heartbreakers;
November 2nd, London Hackney, MOTH Club;
November 3rd, Brighton, Green Door Store, SOLD OUT;
November 4th, Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms;
November 5th, Margate, Elsewhere, and
November 6th, Bristol, The Crofter’s Rights.

Click through on the venue links for tickets for any of these shows; follow bdrmm on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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