News: King Nun announce UK headline tour

Following the release of their critically acclaimed sophomore album ‘LAMB,’ London-based alternative outfit, KING NUN today announce their UK Headline tour – aptly named ‘Far Away From The Farm’ set for 2024. Fans can find more information and tickets – HERE. The band will also join Nothing But Thieves on tour this autumn. A full list of tour dates can be found below.

Fans can purchase/stream the album ‘LAMB’ in full – HERE

‘LAMB’ (produced by the band’s very own Caius S-Y at The Marshall Studio)sees the London quintet take us on a journey that embraces vulnerability and authenticity. With a poignant blend of introspection and raw emotion, this is a collection of vibrant, hook-laden tracks that delves deep into the human experience; with a healthy dose of existentialism, confronting one’s terror, as well as social and emotional threats and anxieties head-on.

The album encapsulates the struggle to remain true to oneself in a world that often demands conformity and detachment. This powerful indie-punk, grunge opus serves as a profound metaphor for that delicate part of us susceptible to cynicism, trauma, and emotional pain. Yet, it is precisely this vulnerability that emerges as the most beautiful aspect of our being, rising to the occasion with resilience and grace.

Since first single Tulip in 2016, King Nun has gone on to reach as many of their childhood ambitions as they could: headline tours across the UK, Europe, and the US, as well as shows supporting bands such as Foo Fighters, Black Flagand Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes. They pride themselves on their raucous live shows, vindicated by Rolling Stone naming them ‘Best Rock Newcomers’ at Bonnarroo festival.

‘LAMB’ is out now via Marshall Records. Be sure to catch the band live on tour with Nothing but Thieves and playing their run of UK in-store events. Tickets and more information can be found – HERE.

*w/ Nothing but Thieves

October 2023
31 Glasgow, O2 Academy – SOLD OUT *

November 2023
1 Glasgow, O2 Academy – SOLD OUT *
3 Bournemouth, International Centre – SOLD OUT *
4 Manchester, O2 Apollo – SOLD OUT *
5 Manchester, O2 Apollo – SOLD OUT *
7 Swansea, Swansea Arena *
9 Birmingham, Resorts World Arena *
10 London, OVO Arena *
11 London, OVO Arena *
16 Manchester, O2 Apollo – SOLD OUT *
17 Belfast, The Telegraph Building – SOLD OUT *
19 – Dublin, 3Olympia Theatre *
20 Dublin, 3Olympia Theatre – SOLD OUT *

January 2024
29 Tunbridge Wells, Forum
30 Brighton, The Hope And Ruin

February 2023
1 Bournemouth, 60 Million Postcard
2 Southampton, Heartbreakers
3 Exeter, The Cavern
4 Falmouth, Cornish Bank
6 Bristol, Crofters Rights
7 Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
8 Nottingham, The Bodega
9 Birmingham, The Victoria
10 York, The Fulford Arms
11 Leeds, The Key Club
15 Blackpool, Bootleg Social
16 Newcastle, Think Tank
17 Edinburgh, Sneaky Pete’s
18 Glasgow, Broadcast
20 Manchester, Yes Basement

March 2024
8 London, Venue MOT


Golden Age
Do You Know Where You Are?
Sinking Feeling
One Time Alarm
In Vains
I Must Be Struck By Lightning To Fly
But We Live On The Beach

Fans can purchase/stream the album ‘LAMB’ in full – HERE

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