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Californian Punks Destroy Boys Announce First-Ever UK Headline Tour

Get yourself ready for the band’s March headling dates and gigs supporting Alkaline Trio and Taking Back Sunday

Californian band Destroy Boys are bringing their powerfully personal punk stylings to the UK this March. Get ready to feel next level catharsis as they take the stage in support of Alkaline Trio and Taking Back Sunday, as well as at their newly-announced headline shows. Full dates below with tickets at this link

“Feeling incredibly lucky and thrilled to announce that we’re touring the UK with Alkaline Trio and Taking Back Sunday,” said the band of the dream line-up. “Two legendary giants that we are so, so grateful to be accompanying on these dates. We’re also doing our first UK headline shows EVER! We’ll see you out there!”

Destroy Boys released their Hopeless Records debut ‘Open Mouth, Open Heart’, produced by Will Yip and recorded in Philadelphia whilst the band bubbled up during lockdown, in 2021. Expressive and emotive, the record even features two tracks in Spanish, with bilingual vocalist and guitarist Alexia Roditis truly finding their voice in both languages. Influenced by a plethora of musical avenues and artists from Sleater-Kinney to Queen and Operation Ivy to Vampire Weekend, Destroy Boys display a unique melding of sounds and styles. 


01 March   Newcastle, O2 City Hall                    w/ Alkaline Trio & Taking Back Sunday 
02 March   Glasgow, O2 Academy                     w/ Alkaline Trio & Taking Back Sunday 
03 March   Leeds, The Key Club                        Headline
04 March   Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse w/ Alkaline Trio & Taking Back Sunday 
05 March   Birmingham, O2 Academy                w/ Alkaline Trio & Taking Back Sunday 
06 March   London, O2 Academy Brixton           w/ Alkaline Trio & Taking Back Sunday 
08 March   Brighton, The Green Door Store       Headline
10 March   Southampton, The Joiners                Headline
11 March   Exeter, The Cavern                           Headline 
12 March   Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach                      Headline 

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