Penelope Isles Announce Huge UK And European Tour

Dream pop outfit head out on extensive UK & EU tour, starting tomorrow (Apr 12th)

Posted on Apr 11th, 2022 in News, Penelope Isles, Bella Union
Penelope Isles Celebrated dream pop group Penelope Isles kick off a huge UK and European tour this week, beginning with a date at Southampton tomorrow night (April 12th) (see below for details).

Led by siblings Jack and Lily Wolter, the Brighton based alt. pop outfit released highly praised second LP Which Way To Happy last November.

Following several dates being rescheduled due to pandemic restrictions, the extensive run takes in six shows supporting indie stalwarts Sea Power. Heading into summer a raft of European dates follow including several festival slots, prior to a UK headline tour in late August.

Singed to revered indie label Bella Union, Penelope Isles’ final single release from Which Way To Happy, Have You Heard? was directed by legendary music video maker Jamie Thraves (Radiohead, Blur).

Penelope Isles Tour:

Tuesday 12th April – Southampton – The 1865 (with Sea Power)
Wednesday 13th April – Birmingham – O2 Institute (with Sea Power)
Thursday 14th April – London – Roundhouse (with Sea Power)
Saturday 16th April – Hastings – The Piper
Sunday 17th April – Cardiff – Wales Goes Pop
Tuesday 19th April – Bristol – O2 Academy (with Sea Power)
Wednesday 20th April – Manchester – Low Four
Thursday 21st April – Sheffield – Leadmill (with Sea Power)
Friday 22nd April – Glasgow – Saint Lukes (with Sea Power)
Saturday 23rd April – Cambridge – Sound & Vision (Bella Union 25th anniversary show)
Sunday 24th April – Blackpool – Central Library
Tuesday 26th April – Leeds – Brudenell Social Club
Wednesday 27th April – Kendal – Brewery Arts
Thursday 28th April – Ipswich – The Smokehouse
Saturday 30th April – Luxembourg – Out Of The Crowd Festival
Thursday 19th May – Margate – Elsewhere

Saturday 21st May – Amsterdam – London Calling
Sunday 22nd May – Stuttgart – Merlin
Monday 23rd May – Maastricht - Muziekgieterij
Tuesday 24th May – Dortmund – FZW
Wednesday 25th May – Berlin – Urban Spree
Thursday 26th May – Hamburg – Molotow Skybar
Saturday 28th May – Neustrelitz – Immergut Festival
Sunday 29th May – Prague - Chapeau Rouge
Monday 30th May – Munich – Milla Club
Tuesday 7th June – Barcelona – Primavera Sound
Thursday 9th June – Porto – Primavera Sound
Saturday 11th June – Bellocq – Very Good Trip Festival
Friday 17th June – Edinburgh – Hidden Door Festival
Sunday 24th July – Isle Of Man – Dark Horse Festival

Saturday 30th July – Bruton – Farm Fest
Friday 5th August – Sicily – Ypsigrock Festival
Friday 26th August – York – Fulford Arms
Saturday 27th August – Glasgow – Hug & Pint
Tuesday 30th August – Guildford – The Boileroom
Wednesday 31st August – St. Albans – The Horn
Thursday 1st September – Nottingham – Bodega
Friday 2nd September – Birkenhead – Future Yard
Saturday 3rd September – Manchester – Psych Festival
Tuesday 6th September – Tunbridge Wells – Forum
Wednesday 7th September – Cardiff – Clwb Ifor Bach
Thursday 8th September – Portsmouth – The Loft
Friday 9th September – London – Oslo
Wednesday 14th September – Bath – Moles
Thursday 15th September – Falmouth – The Cornish Bank
Friday 16th September – Exeter – Cavern

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