Nova Twins Announce 2022 North American Tour

Nova Twins have announced their second North American tour for 2022, returning with their just-released album “Supernova.”

The London-born punk duo made their US debut in March, performing a showcase at this year’s SXSW alongside a handful of club gigs. The “Supernova” tour will be their first real headlining trek across the continent, with 11 intimate shows scheduled for September and October.

They will begin at the Roxy Theater in Los Angeles, performing on Tuesday, September 27, before moving through San Francisco and Seattle over the final days of the month. From there, Nova Twins — along with the grunge-pop Minneapolis outfit Gully Boys, who support the entire run — will perform on stages in Vancouver, Portland, Denver, Minneapolis, Chicago, Toronto and Montreal, and finally, will end on Sunday, October 16. , New York City.

A full list of dates can be found below. Tickets for all of them go on sale at 10am local time tomorrow (June 24) – find them here.

‘Supernova’ was released last Friday (June 17) via Marshall Records, alongside singles ‘Antagonist’, ‘Cleopatra’, ‘KMB’ and ‘Puzzles’. In a five-star review, NME Ali Shutler described the album as “more dynamic, more experimental and with a lot more range than what has come before”.

Nova Twins are currently in Somerset performing at this year’s Glastonbury. They will perform on the Shangri-La Truth Stage at 9.45pm tonight (June 23), and tomorrow on the Greenpeace Stage at 12.30pm, then on BBC Music Introducing Interstage at 6.50pm.

In the coming months the band will perform at 2000trees, Latitude and Sziget festivals, before returning to the UK for a trio of headliners in November.

In January, Nova Twins were nominated for Best Group in the World and Best Group in the UK at the 2022 BandLab NME Awards. They lost both awards – to Fontaines DC and Bring Me The Horizon, respectively – but they joined the latter group on stage to perform their joint 2020 single, “1×1.”

The 2022 Nova Twins North American tour dates are:

Tuesday 27 – Los Angeles, The Roxy Theater
Wednesday 28 – San Francisco, Bottom of the Hill
Friday the 30th – Seattle, the Vera Project

Saturday 1 – Vancouver, Biltmore Cabaret

2 – Portland, Holocene
5 – Denver, Larimer Lounge
8 – Minneapolis, 7th Street Entrance
9 – Chicago, underground
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1 – Toronto, Hard Luck Bar
12 – Montreal, Bar Le Ritz APB
16 – New York, Bowery Ballroom

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