Welsh post-hardcore legends Casey announce UK and EU tour

Welsh post-hardcore legends Casey have announced UK and Europe headline dates, alongside what will be a huge series of appearances at Impericon Festival.

The dates, which follow Casey’s highly successful first ever US headline tour and new single ‘Puncture Wounds to Heaven’ (Hassle Records) are as follows:

Mar 26 UK London Islington Academy
Mar 28 DE Hamburg Sporthalle *
Mar 30 DE Leipzig Messe *
Mar 31 DE Oberhausen Turbinenhalle *
Apr 02 NL Utrecht TivoliVredenburg
Apr 03 BE Antwerp Trix
Apr 05 CH Zürich X-Tra *
Apr 06 DE München Zenith *
Apr 07 AT Wien Arena *
Apr 09 FR Paris Petit Bain
Apr 11 UK Nottingham Rescue Rooms
Apr 12 UK Bristol SWX
Apr 13 UK Manchester Academy 2
Apr 14 UK Glasgow Garage

* Impericon Festival

General tickets on sale from Monday 16th October.

The band comment: “We’re thrilled to announce that we’ll be returning to mainland Europe, along with some shows in the UK, to celebrate our upcoming album. You’ll hear more about that very soon!

“Thank you for your patience; we’re aware it’s been a long time since our last headline shows in January, and we’re excited to be able to play some additional cities this time out. Along with our headline shows, we’re thrilled to be joining the Impericon Festivals this year.

“We can’t wait to celebrate the upcoming album with you at these shows!”

Stream ‘Puncture Wounds to Heaven’ here: https://casey.ffm.to/puncture-wounds-to-heaven

The new single is the first glimpse of the band’s third album, in the words of Tom Weaver, vocals: “vocally (and musically) the most ambitious we’ve ever been, but still feels quintessentially Casey.”

The new single follows a joyous return for the quintet in 2023, including seven huge shows in the UK and Germany, and the limited release of their 7” Atone/Great Grief (Hassle Records). Casey will also shortly be supporting Funeral For A Friend with Dashboard Confessional at London’s Roundhouse, 15th October.

Casey, at its core, was grounded in the notion that music is a labour of love. Without expectation of success, without desire to attain stardom, just a shared yearning to create music – and when this no longer rang true Casey stayed true to themselves, and stepped away.

In late 2018, when Casey announced they were bringing the band to a close, it felt like a premature demise. Their first two LPs – 2016 Love Is Not Enough and 2018’s Where I Go When I Am Sleeping – had firmly established the Welsh five-piece as one of the most exciting bands in Britain’s alternative scene.

Now, years later, the band have returned – bigger and better than ever before. Casey don’t just replicate the feelings that inspire them – they embody them.

For more information:

Casey are:

Tom Weaver
Liam Torrance
Toby Evans
Adam Smith
Max Nicolai

Photo Credit: Martyna Bannister

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