The Joy Formidable have added two headline performances to their previously announced support slots with Muse.
Britain doesn't really do rock bands. In past, we've just been too reserved, too restricted by irony to ever really rock out. All in all, that probably explains why The Joy Formidable have found more widespread success in the United States than their homeland.
With new album 'Wolf's Law' lingering on the release schedule, the band could turn this in their favour. Set to support Muse on their upcoming arena tour, the band have just added two headline dates - including one in their native Wales.
The Joy Formidable are set to play Bangor on October 25th, before hitting London for a show at Kings College. Taking place on October 29th, the dates are interspersed between support slots on a typically grandiose Muse tour.
Tickets for all upcoming shows go on sale at 9am this Friday (October 12th).
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The Joy Formidable are set to play the following shows:
24 Glasgow SECC (supporting Muse)
25 Bangor Hendre Hall
26 London The O2 Arena (supporting Muse)
27 London The O2 Arena (supporting Muse)
29 London Kings College
30 Birmingham LG Arena (supporting Muse)
1 Manchester MEN Arena