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- 20/09/2021Find ticketsBonus Arena, Hull - Hull Bring Me the Horizon Sep 20 18:00Monday 18:00Bonus Arena, Hull - HullBring Me the HorizonLow Availability
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- 04/12/2021Find ticketsAlexandra Palace - London Enter Shikari Dec 04 18:30Saturday 18:30Alexandra Palace - LondonEnter ShikariLimited Availability
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- 19/12/2021Find ticketsMiddlesbrough Town Hall - Middlesbrough Enter Shikari Dec 19 19:00 On partner siteSunday 19:00Middlesbrough Town Hall - MiddlesbroughEnter ShikariOn partner site
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- 02/02/2022Find ticketsThe Moon - Cardiff Nova Twins Feb 02 2022 19:00 On partner siteWednesday 19:00The Moon - CardiffNova TwinsOn partner site
- 03/02/2022Find ticketsWedgewood Rooms - Portsmouth Nova Twins Feb 03 2022 19:30 On partner siteThursday 19:30Wedgewood Rooms - PortsmouthNova TwinsOn partner site
- 04/02/2022Find ticketsThe Castle & Falcon - Birmingham Nova Twins Feb 04 2022 19:30 On partner siteFriday 19:30The Castle & Falcon - BirminghamNova TwinsOn partner site
- 05/02/2022Find ticketsWaterfront - Norwich Nova Twins Feb 05 2022 19:30 On partner siteSaturday 19:30Waterfront - NorwichNova TwinsOn partner site
The rising rock duo
Formed in 2014 as BRAATS, Nova Twins comprises Georgia South on bass guitar and vocalist Amy Love. Following the release of BRAATS' single Bad Bitches, the duo switched their moniker in the summer of the same year.
Nova Twins drew inspiration from the likes of N.E.R.D., Jack White and Missy Elliot. Subsequently, their sound treaded the borders of a multitude of genres, forcefully defiant and in-line with their punk-tinged image.
Bassline Bitch followed in 2015, catching the attention of veteran promoter and music industry staple Rob Hallet. He signed the pair to Robotunes for the release of their self-titled EP a year later. Following a string of singles, Nova Twins joined Prophets Of Rage (the collaborative project between members of Rage Against The Machine, Public Enemy and Cypress Hill) on the road. Rage's Tom Morello soon took to Twitter to declare them the "best band we've never heard of".
Opening the live floodgates, Nova Twins went on to support the likes of Wolf Alice, Little Simz, Dream Wife and Skunk Anansie, further exemplifying their wide crossover appeal and abundant energy. Describing themselves as "urban punk", the duo launched their own Bad Stitches clothing line, and in 2020 self-released their Jim Abbiss (Arctic Monkeys, Kasabian, Adele) produced full-length debut album, Who Are The Girls?
Drawing praise from alternative tastemakers, and following an acclaimed appearance at Download Festival in 2019, Nova Twins announced headline dates in support of Who Are The Girls?, eventually rescheduled to March 2022. The pair also took to social media to offer vocal support for the Black Lives Matter movement, and established Voices For The Unheard – providing a platform for people of colour in the alternative community and underpinning the socio-political sentiment of their music.
In early 2021, Nova Twins were revealed in the line-up for Reading & Leeds Festival and as support for Enter Shikari's December UK tour.
Nova Twins reschedule dates
The rock duo have moved their UK tour to March 2022, with venues upgraded in London and Manchester. Original tickets remain valid for rescheduled dates.
Nova Twins have announced headline UK tour dates for March 2022. Plus, Nova Twins are set to appear at 2021's Reading & Leeds and provide support for Enter Shikari's December 2021 UK tour.
Nova Twins are performing in the following towns and cities:
Tickets for the Nova Twins' 2022 UK tour dates are on sale now. Original tickets remain valid for rescheduled dates.