Atreyu announces UK and Europe tour dates

Author Hernan Osuna - 18.4.2023

American metalcore outfit Atreyu has announced a 25-date tour across UK and Europe, taking place throughout November and December.

Following their hugely impactful return to European shores earlier this year as special guests to Bullet For My Valentine, the band cannot wait to come back, telling us; “You asked for it, and we listened! We’re heading back again this year for our first proper UK/EU headlining tour in over a decade. We have something truly special in store for everyone and are so excited to see y’all!

Uk & Ireland Tour Dates:

12 Ireland Dublin, Academy
13 N.Ireland Belfast, Limelight
15 Scotland Glasgow, Garage
16 England Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
18 England Wolverhampton, Kk’S Steelmil
19 England Manchester, Club Academy
20 England Bristol, Thekla
22 England London, Electric Ballroom
23 England Brighton, Chalk

Europe Tour Dates:

25 Germany Berlin, Hole 44
26 Czech Rep. Prague, Rock Café
27 Austria Vienna, Szene
28 Germany Munich, Backstage Halle
29 Switzerland Zurich, Dynamo

01 Spain Madrid, Mon Live
02 Spain Barcelona, Apolo 2
04 France Paris, Backstage Btm
05 Germany Munster, Skaters Palace
06 Belgium Antwerp, Zappa
07 Holland Utrecht, Tivoli
09 Germany Cologne, Kantine
10 Germany Hamburg, Knus
11 Denmark Copenhagen, Pumpehuset
12 Norway Oslo, John Dee
13 Sweden Stockholm, Klubben

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The announcement follows the recent release of the band’s latest EP, the four-track “The Hope Of A Spark”.

The 4-tracks embody everything that the band has come to be, to mean, to represent, marking the beginning of the next chapter in the band’s story, with assorted pieces of an expansive puzzle still taking shape, form, and focus.

Produced by long-time collaborator John Feldmann, the new music explores reflection and rumination on modern life’s pressures, pleasures, and pains, with each track representing a snapshot of deeply personal, lived, and shared experiences.

The overarching concept is essentially about the seasons of life,” frontman Brandon Saller explains. “Everyone goes through the same things, the ups, and downs of life. The emphasis really is the importance of at least respecting those, and finding the positives and the lessons from even your lowest moments.

The recent single, “Watch Me Burn” is the EP’s phoenix rising from life’s trial-by-fire, a call to arms to let renewed hope emerge from smoldering embers and ash. “To me, it’s a song about being cleansed by fire,” explains bassist, Porter McKnight. “Whatever it is that’s bringing you down and holding you back, burn it down. Use it, learn from it, move on, and grow. That thing does not deserve you and you don’t deserve it.”

“It’s very relatable to all of us individually,” adds Saller, who leads the track’s anthemic, hooky chorus with a defiant cry of ‘Even when flames grow higher / I’ll be fighting till I’m dead.’ “But it’s also incredibly pertinent to the journey of this band.”

Atreyu will kick off their US The Hope of a Spark headlining tour on April 27 in Sacramento at Ace of Spades with a one-off date supporting Kayzo on May 6 in Los Angeles. The tour will conclude on May 21 in Denver at the Gothic Theatre.