Hurts are an English synthpop duo, from Manchester, featuring Theo Hutchcraft and Adam Anderson.
Formed in 2009, the band were nominated for the BBC Sound of 2010, and released their debut album, ‘Happiness', in 2010, which reached #5 in the UK Albums Chart. Their second album, ‘Exile’, came out in 2013 and was followed by ‘Surrender’, in 2015. The band are set to release their latest album, ‘Desire’, on September 29, 2017.
The band have headlined their own shows and tours across the UK and supported the likes of Scissor Sisters and have performed at festivals such as V Festival, Glastonbury and T in the Park.
Hurts have confirmed shows in London and Manchester for December in support of ‘Desire’. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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My boyfriend introduced me to The Hurts, they are a fantastic duo, I am hooked. Saw them in October 2013, what a fantastic venue, very up and personal. We both have a brilliant memory of this concert, we would love to see them again. Please tell us when they are on again. Soon I hope.
Hurts are one of the best new act to surface and I hope that they get chance to tour more in 2014, as there were only a few UK dates in 2013. They gave a very polished homecoming performance of songs from both their albums and the visuals and light show was fantastic too. Theo & Adam have become more confident in their showman skills, and interact with the crowd much more. Two very talented individuals.
Thu 5th Oct 2017
Photo: Bryan Adams
‘Desire’ is Hurts’ fourth album in seven years and sees the Mancunian synth-pop duo moving confidently into new areas such as gospel, light jazz and funk. It’s a satisfying creative direction for a band who were unveiled with major label fanfare in 2011, but who have since retreated to become a bit of a left-field concern.