LOATHE announced as sole support to GLASSJAW in London

Loathe, having only just returned from a colossal US tour supporting Code Orange, are proud to announce that they will be supporting American post-hardcore legends Glassjaw in London later this month. These two Glassjaw anniversary shows will take place at The Kentish Town Forum, and tickets are on-sale now.

Erik Bickerstaffe stated,
“We are very excited to return to London alongside Glassjaw straight off the back of our recent venture to the USA. The Forum holds a special place in our hearts so to be playing there once again is a privilege. Thank you to Glassjaw for inviting us along.”

27th May 2022  UK, London – O2 Forum Kentish Town
28th May 2022  UK, London – O2 Forum Kentish Town

Catch Loathe on their following 2022 tour dates,
Tickets are available from: https://loatheasone.co.uk/live/

Summer Festivals
Jun 10  UK – Castle Donington, Download Festival
Jun 14  DE – Hamburg, Gruenspan
Jun 17  CH – Pratteln, Z7 Wild Dayz
Jun 18  DE – Mannheim, Delta Bash Festival
Jun 21  IT – Segrate, Infest Festival
Jun 23  NL – Ysselsteyn, Jera On Air
Jun 24  UK – Manchester, Outbreak Fest
Australian Tour
While She Sleeps (headline) w/ Loathe, Mirrors

Jul 1  AU – Brisbane, QLD, The Triffid
Jul 2  AU – Richmond, VIC, Corner Hotel
Jul 3  AU – Marrickville, NSW, The Factory Theatre
Jul 6  AU – Belgrave, VIC, Sooki Lounge
Jul 7  AU – Melbourne, VIC, 170 Russell (Formerly Billboard)
Jul 8  AU – Adelaide, SA, Lion Arts Factory
Jul 9  AU – Perth, WA, Amplifier Bar
USA/Canada Tour
Northlane (headline) w/ Loathe, Silent Planet, Avoid

Jul 13  USA – San Francisco, CA, Great American Music Hall
Jul 15  USA – Portland, OR, Hawthorne Theater Lounge
Jul 16  USA – Seattle, WA, El Corazon
Jul 17  CAN – Vancouver, BC, Rickshaw Theatre
Jul 19  CAN – Calgary, AB, Dickens
Jul 20  CAN – Edmonton, AB, The Starlite Room
Jul 22  CAN – Winnipeg, MB, Park Theater
Jul 23  USA – Minneapolis, MN, Varsity Theater
Jul 24  USA – Chicago, IL, House of Blues Chicago
Jul 26  USA – Detroit, MI, St. Andrew’s Hall
Jul 27  CAN – Toronto, ON, The Danforth Music Hall
Jul 28  CAN – Montreal, QC, Théâtre Corona
Jul 29  CAN – Québec, QC,  Impérial Bell
Jul 30  USA – Boston, MA, Paradise Rock Club
Jul 31  USA – New York, NY, Irving Plaza
Aug 2  USA – Cleveland, OH, House of Blues Cleveland
Aug 3  USA – Grand Rapids, MI, Elevation at The Intersection
Aug 4  USA – Columbus, OH, The Athenaeum Theatre
Aug 5  USA – Pittsburgh, PA, Mr Smalls Theater
Aug 6  USA – Philadelphia, PA, Theatre of Living Arts (TLA)
Aug 7  USA – Baltimore, MD, Baltimore Soundstage
Aug 9  USA – Charlotte, NC, The Underground
Aug 10  USA – Atlanta, GA, The Masquerade – Heaven
Aug 12  USA – Fort Lauderdale, FL, Revolution
Aug 13  USA – Tampa, FL, Orpheum Theatre
Aug 14  USA – Destin, FL, Club LA
Aug 16  USA – Houston, TX, White Oak Music Hall
Aug 17  USA – San Antonio, TX, The Rock Box
Aug 18  USA – Dallas, TX, Amplified Live
Aug 19  USA – Lawrence, KS, The Bottleneck
Aug 20  USA – Denver, CO, Summit Music Hall
Aug 21  USA – Salt Lake City, UT, The Depot
Aug 23  USA – Mesa, AZ, Nile Theater
Aug 24  USA – San Diego, CA, House of Blues San Diego 
Aug 25  USA – Los Angeles, CA, Regent Theater

Earlier this year, Loathe released their highly lauded new single ‘Dimorphous Display‘. 

Listen to ‘Dimorphous Display‘ HERE
Watch the ‘Dimorphous Display‘ visualizer HERE

They also released two collaboration versions of their track ‘Is It Really You?‘, with Sleep Token and Teenage Wrist. Taken from their 2020 record I Let It In And It Took Everything, ‘Is It Really You?‘ has been identified as one of the pivotal moments in Loathe‘s sonic evolution. 

Loathe x Teenage Wrist Is It Really You?‘ download/stream HERE
Listen on YouTube HERE
Loathe x Sleep Token Is It Really You?‘ download/stream HERE
Listen on YouTube HERE

2021 was an incredible year for Loathe, especially in the live arena, completing their biggest UK headline tour in December, in which they performed I Let It In and It Took Everything in full each night. They racked up a number of live UK dates with While She Sleeps, also appearing at the Download Festival PilotReading and Leeds Festival and Slam Dunk.

Loathe‘s latest record The Things They Believe was released unannounced in February 2021; an ambient soundtrack album accompanying a limited edition photobook by Mark Unthank. Despite the critical success of 2020’s I Let It In and It Took Everything, some of the record’s central themes were left incomplete. The Things They Believe drew out some of the ideas from I Let It In and It Took Everything, pushing them in a radical new direction. I Let It In and It Took Everything showcased Loathe’s hard and heavy experimentalism, while The Things They Believe brought out a more esoteric side to the band.

The Things They Believe:https://youtu.be/VnEVySH5bVY
Two-Way Mirror: https://youtu.be/MSUGmeWqbCY 
Aggressive Evolution:https://youtu.be/mGcb28aqJjo
New Faces In The Dark: https://youtu.be/n_KZtfsJYFE


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