Lonely The Brave are taking a break from the studio to embark on their biggest headline tour of the UK and Europe to date.
The trek, that will see them play in Britain, Ireland, Germany, Belgium, and The Netherlands, includes a London stop, at Islington Assembly Rooms, on 24 November 2015.
The group, who recently released a special “Victory Edition” of their 2014 debut album, ‘The Day’s War’, are looking forward to the tour.
“It’s been a while since we went out on a headline run so we really can’t wait to get back out there and play these shows,” the Cambridge quintet said in a statement.
“It’ll be a chance to really celebrate the last couple of years and songs from the ‘The Day’s War’ but also a chance to play our fans a few of the new ones we’ve been working on for album two.”
The band, who spent much of October working on the new songs with producer Ross Orton, will return to the studio in January to finish their second album.
“We’re also proud to be bringing Black Peaks out with us – they’re one of the most exciting British bands we’ve heard in a long time. We’re looking forward to putting on the best show we can for the fans,” added the group, who played the main stage at Reading and Leeds Festivals earlier this year.
Tickets for Lonely The Brave’s London show at Islington Assembly Rooms are available via the band’s website.