The National are an American indie rock band from Cincinnati, Ohio, featuring Matt Berninger, who’s accompanied by two sets of brothers, guitarists Aaron and Bryce Dessner, and bassist Scott and drummer Bryan Devendorf.
Formed in 1999, the band have released seven albums across their career. Their self-titled debut album, was released in 2001, but it was 2010’s ‘High Violet’, which would gain them greater commercial success, reaching #3 in the Billboard 200. 2013’s ‘Trouble Will Find Me’, matched this success, and gained them a Grammy Award nomination for Best Alternative Album. The band released their latest album, ‘Sleep Well Beast’, in 2017, which reached #1 in the UK and won a Grammy for Best Alternative Album.
The band have headlined their own shows and tours across the world, including shows at London’s O2 Arena, and Dublin’s Iveagh Gardens and have performed at festivals such as Glastonbury, Reading and Leeds, Latitude, All Points East, Wireless, Oxegen and T in the Park.
2018 was their biggest year yet, which saw touring in cities around the US, UK, Europe, New Zealand and Australia.
2019 is set to be even bigger - new album 'I Am Easy To Find' is due for release in May, and will be accompanied by a huge world tour that touches down with what feels like hundreds of dates in the US, Europe an the UK, as well as at various festivals over the summer. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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