Nothing But Thieves
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- 09/11/2021Tuesday 19:003Olympia Theatre - Dublin, D2, IrelandNothing But Thieves - the Moral Panic TourLow AvailabilityFind tickets3Olympia Theatre - Dublin, D2, Ireland Nothing But Thieves - the Moral Panic Tour Nov 09 19:00Find tickets3Olympia Theatre - Dublin, D2, Ireland Nothing But Thieves - the Moral Panic Tour Nov 09 19:00
Melodic rock from the Southend-on-Sea five-piece
Formed in Southend-on-Sea in 2012, Nothing But Thieves bring together the melodic hooks of indie-pop with anthemic, stadium-ready rock. The quintet began drawing attention with a handful of EP releases ahead of their 2015 self-titled debut full-length. Of that record's many singles, Trip Switch was by far the most successful, taking the band to No.1 on the stateside Billboard Alternative Songs chart. The album's release cemented their popularity both in the United States and at home, also breaking into the top ten on the UK album chart.
Comprised of vocalist Conor Mason, guitarists Joe Langridge-Brown and Dominic Craik, bassist Philip Blake, and drummer James Price, Nothing But Thieves simultaneously made a name for themselves on the live circuit. Equally at home with heavier rock counterparts or on indie and pop festival bills, the five-piece quickly established a wide crossover appeal that saw them secure mainstream radio attention.
Their success continued with the release of 2017's Broken Machine, which peaked at No.2 on the official UK album chart. Lead singles Amsterdam and Sorry preceded the album, signifying an evolution in their melodic sound. As well as supporting Muse and Biffy Clyro, and appearing at Reading and Leeds Festival, TRNSMT and others, Nothing But Thieves dropped their What Did You Think When You Made Me This Way? EP in 2018. They also revealed two covers: Gnarls Barkley's Crazy and Jeff Buckley's ballad, Lover You Should Have Come Over.
In 2020, the band released their third studio album Moral Panic, preceded by the singles Is Everyone Going Crazy?, Real Love Song, Unperson and Impossible. Lead single Is Everyone Going Crazy? maintained its position on the BBC Radio 1 playlist for a mammoth eight weeks, securing over 12 million streams.
Nothing But Thieves revealed they'd be celebrating the album's release with a headline tour across the UK and Europe, including a huge show at London's O2 arena in September and October 2021. In July 2021, the band added three new tour dates in Oxford, Norwich and Liverpool for late August.
Nothing But Thieves add three new dates
The five-piece will play shows in Oxford, Norwich and Liverpool in August 2021 in support of new album Moral Panic. Tickets go on sale from 10:00 on Friday 16 July 2021.
Nothing But Thieves add extra date
The band have announced a second show at O2 Academy Birmingham in support of their new album Moral Panic.
Nothing But Thieves have announced headline dates for 21 – 23 August and 30 September – 16 October 2021.
Nothing But Thieves have announced headline shows in:
- Oxford (new date)
- Norwich (new date)
- Liverpool (new date)
Tickets for Nothing But Thieves' newly announced August 2021 tour dates go on sale from 10:00 on Friday 16 July 2021. Tickets for all NBT's previously announced tour dates are on sale now.