Mitski upgrades UK and European tour, adds headline London show

Mitski has shared details of a new headline London show set to take place next year and a slew of venue upgrades due to huge demand.

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The singer-songwriter returned earlier this month with new single ‘Working For The Knife’, her first new material since her 2018 album ‘Be The Cowboy’. She also announced details of a UK and European tour for 2022.

The UK run, which includes stops in Bristol, Leeds, Glasgow, Manchester and London, will now see see Mitski move to bigger venues in Leeds, Glasgow and Manchester after quickly selling out the original shows.

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In addition, London fans now have another chance to see Mitski perform as she’s added a new date at O2 Academy Brixton on April 29, the night after her gig at The Roundhouse in Camden.

Tickets for the new date go on sale on Wednesday (October 20) from here, and you can see Mitski’s full list of upcoming live dates below:

April 2022
21 – Marble Factory, Bristol
22 – University Stylus, Leeds
23 – Queen Margaret Union, Glasgow
25 – Vicar Street, Dublin
26 – O2 Ritz, Manchester
28 – The Roundhouse, London
29 – O2 Academy Brixton, London
30 – Botanique, Brussels

May 2022
2 – Le Grand Mix, Tourcoing
3 – Le Cabaret Sauvage, Paris
5 – Paradiso, Amsterdam
6 – Mascotte, Zurich
7 – Les Docks, Lausanne
9 – Metropol, Berlin
10 – Vega, Copenhagen
11 – Nalen, Stockholm
12t – Rockefeller Music Hall, Oslo
14 – Fabrik, Hamburg
15 – Stollwerck, Cologne
17 – WUK, Vienna
18 – Rock Café, Prague
19 – Strom, Munich

Speaking about her new track ‘Working For The Knife’, which is produced by longtime collaborator Patrick Hyland, Mitski said it is “about going from being a kid with a dream to a grown-up with a job, and feeling that, somewhere along the way, you got left behind”.

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“It’s being confronted with a world that doesn’t seem to recognise your humanity, and seeing no way out of it.”