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The Messthetics Detail UK and Ireland Tour Dates For Early 2019

Tuesday, 20 November 2018 Written by Huw Baines

Photo: Antonia Tricarico

The Messthetics have announced dates for a tour of the UK and Ireland.

The power-trio—the Fugazi rhythm section of bassist Joe Lally and drummer Brendan Canty alongside guitarist Anthony Pirog—are set to call in Bristol, London, Birmingham, Nottingham, Leeds, Newcastle, Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin, Manchester and London during January and into February. Tickets are on sale now.

The band put out their self-titled debut through Dischord back in the spring. Head below to stream Quantum Path, one of a number of undulating shredfests from the record.

The Messthetics Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Fri January 25 2019 - BRISTOL Louisiana
Sat January 26 2019 - LONDON EartH
Mon January 28 2019 - BIRMINGHAM Hare And Hounds
Tue January 29 2019 - NOTTINGHAM Bodega Social Club
Wed January 30 2019 - LEEDS Brudenell Social Club
Thu January 31 2019 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Cluny
Fri February 01 2019 - GLASGOW Broadcast
Sat February 02 2019 - BELFAST Voodoo
Sun February 03 2019 - DUBLIN Grand Social
Tue February 05 2019 - MANCHESTER Night People
Wed February 06 2019 - LONDON Boston Music Room, Tufnell Park

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