Bloody ‘ell – Royal Blood are playing a last minute Brighton show tomorrow

The homecoming gig will be their first live show since the end of 2015
If we’re going to start the week, then we better start it with a bang – and bangs may not come much bigger than Royal Blood returning to the stage with a last minute show back where it all began in Brighton.

Taking place tomorrow (that’s right tomorrow as in April 24th tomorrow), the duo are heading straight to the seafront to headline Concorde 2 in what will be the band’s first live show since October 2015.

Tickets for the show are set to go on sale tomorrow morning from 8am, and are only available to buy in-person at the renowned Resident Music record store in the heart of the city. So basically, we’re jumping on a train right now to get in on all the action and we reccomend you do too.

Royal Blood are gearing up for the release of their hotly anticipated second LP ‘How Did We Get So Dark?’ on June 16th, with the already unveiled lead stormer ‘Lights Out’ pointing things in the direction that’ll be causing chaos around the globe on first play. After headlining the special Brighton show tomorrow, the band are set for a string of headline shows in May, calling across Cambridge, Newcastle, Southampton and Leicester with Black Honey in tow as support.

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