News: Japanese House confirmed as UK tour support for The 1975 shows in February

The Japanese House, aka Amber Bain, has been announced as the support for The 1975’s sold out UK arena tour taking place in February. The tour will see The Japanese House play some of the UK’s biggest stages in Glasgow, London, Manchester and Birmingham, including four nights at London O2 Arena, ahead of her own headline UK tour in May. The announcement follows the release of ITEIAD Sessions, the collection of live versions of songs from the acclaimed second The Japanese House album In The End It Always Does, alongside a stripped back cover of the ABBA hit Super Trouper.

Four years after her widely celebrated debut Good At Falling, this album sees Bain lean even further into the pop realm – with help from Matty Healy and George Daniel from The 1975, Katie Gavin from MUNA and Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon among others. Bain credits Gavin especially with injecting her with creative energy and inspiration throughout.

Amber Bain has released music under the pseudonym The Japanese House since 2015. Since her emergence, The Japanese House has received industry-wide acclaim from The Guardian (“it feels like a refreshing splash of cold water on tear-stained cheeks”) Sunday Times Culture (“stunning”) Pitchfork, i-D, VICE, NME, GQ, Interview Magazine, BBC Radio One and more.

The 2024 UK tour will also see The Japanese House play a sold out show at London Roundhouse – her biggest headline show to date – as well as nights in Glasgow, Birmingham and Manchester, following sold out UK and North America headline tours last year and three nights in Japan this month. Tickets are available from:


Thu 08 GLASGOW O2 Hydro *

Fri 09 GLASGOW O2 Hydro *

Mon 12 LONDON O2 Arena *

Tue 13 LONDON O2 Arena *

Wed 14 LONDON O2 Arena *

Sat 17 MANCHESTER AO Arena *

Sun 18 MANCHESTER AO Arena *

Tue 20 LONDON O2 Arena *

Wed 21 BIRMINGHAM Resorts Arena *



Wed 08 BIRMINGHAM O2 Institute

Thu 09 LONDON Roundhouse

Fri 10 MANCHESTER Albert Hall

* supporting The 1975

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