Nothing But Thieves add second London date and third Manchester date to 2023 UK & Ireland tour

12 May 2023, 11:19

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Nothing But Thieves have announced live dates. Picture: Press

By Jenny Mensah

The Southend outfit will play dates this autumn as part of their Welcome The The DCC tour. Find out how to buy tickets.

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Nothing But Thieves have announced British & Irish dates for 2023.

Conor Mason and co will celebrate their new Dead Club City album with dates, which will see them play the the likes of London's OVO Wembley Arena and the Manchester O2 Apollo.

Now, due to phenomenal demand, the band have added a second date in London on 11th November and a third date in Manchester on 16th November, with tickets on sale now.

The band have also added a second date in Lons

See their full tour dates below and the details on how to buy tickets.

READ MORE: Nothing But Thieves announce Dead Club City album & share Welcome to the DCC single

Nothing But Thieves 2023 UK & Ireland tour dates:

  • 31st Oct: O2 Academy Glasgow
  • 1st Nov: O2 Academy Glasgow
  • 3rd Nov: Bournemouth International Centre
  • 4th Nov: Manchester O2 Apollo *SOLD OUT*
  • 5th Nov: Manchester O2 Apollo *SOLD OUT*
  • 7th Nov: Swansea Arena
  • 9th Nov: Birmingham Resorts World Centre
  • 10th Nov: London OVO Arena Wembley
  • 11th Nov: London OVO Arena Wembley
  • 16th Nov: Manchester O2 Apollo *JUST ADDED* - TICKETS ON SALE NOW
  • 17th Nov: The Telegraph Building, Belfast
  • 20th Nov: 3Olympia Theatre, Dublin

How to buy tickets to Nothing But Thieves' 2023 UK and Ireland tour:

Tickets are on sale now via Ticketmaster.

See Nothing But Thieves full tour dates here.

Dead Club City is set for release on 7th July 2023.

Talking about their dance-enthused single lead single, Welcome To The DCC - which was previously Radio X's Record of the Week - the band have revealed they initially felt "on edge" about the track as they considered a bit of a send-off, but soon fully embraced its sound.

Frontman Conor Mason revealed to Radio X's Dan O'Connell: "We pushed the '80s pastiche when we first started writing it and just had a laugh with it, because [...] it's an introduction, an invitation, so we thought 'Ah let's be silly with it, have fun'".

Nothing But Thieves - Welcome to the DCC (Official Video)

The band also discussed how seriously they took the construction of the single, with Dom explaining: "We were treating it like a dance song in some respects. The drums are pretty loop heavy and Conor's vocal is meticulously recorded to the point where we were going in and punching in syllables left right and centre to make sure it was the perfect performance.

"We wouldn't normally do that and for some of this album Conor would go in and do a one-take wonder, but this was a different approach to recording, which was cool."

Elsewhere in the interview, the band also confirmed that Dead Club City was indeed a concept album.

Joe explained: "It's about a city-wide members only club called Dead Club City and Welcome to the DCC, the first track, is kinda an advertisement to the city and also the album I guess... so that's worked out quite well".

Nothing But Thieves talk Dead Club City album

Nothing But Thieves' Dead Club City album is released on 7th July 2023.

Pre-order the album here.

READ MORE: Nothing But Thieves: Welcome to the DCC started out as '80s pastiche