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Cub Sport Confirm UK Shows As Part Of February European Tour, Release New Single Sometimes

Friday, 05 October 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Joe Agius

Cub Sport have returned with a new single and tour dates for February.

The Brisbane alt-pop group have confirmed shows in London, Dublin, Manchester, Nottingham and Brighton as part of a new European tour. The dates will follow up an appearance at London's O2 Forum next week opening for Aurora.

The four-piece have also released their new upbeat pop anthem, Sometimes, the first single from their forthcoming third album, out early next year. Written during the band's 'BATS' album campaign, Sometimes was inspired by a culmination of the highs of having their music connect with people while vocalist Tim Nelson adjusted to making himself so open about his identity.

"I feel like alleviating a lot of societal pressures, expectations and fears has made way for a higher-vibration version of myself. Listening through the album, I can hear and feel a lighter new energy. This is the first body of work I've created entirely since being out, so in a way, I feel like this is the first album I’ve written entirely as myself and it feels powerful."

Following sold out UK and US dates earlier this year, the Brisbane alt-pop group have been busy on the Australian festival circuit this summer and have just finished opening for Vance Joy on his arena tour down under.

Cub Sport Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue February 12 2019 - LONDON Omeara
Thu February 14 2019 - DUBLIN Whelans
Fri February 15 2019 - MANCHESTER YES
Sat February 16 2019 - BRISTOL Louisiana
Sun February 17 2019 - NOTTINGHAM Bodega Social Club
Mon February 18 2019 - BRIGHTON Hope and Ruin

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