Superfood, King Nun and Pale Waves to play the very first Dirty Hit Tour

The renowned label are heading around the UK, and it’s looking like a cracker
Want something to get excited about – try cracking label Dirty Hit (y’know, the people behind The 1975, Wolf Alice and The Japanese House) announcing their very first nationwide tour, with Superfood, King Nun and Pale Waves all set for the 17 date-er.

The tour is headlined by Superfood (which in turn confirms that the band have signed with the label), who are back after a couple of years away with some new tunes, bangers and a new album – we’re guessing.

They’ll be joined on the tour by scorching favourites King Nun (who are about to take on 2017 with no prisoners – as we found out when chatting to them at the end of last year) and Manchester weavers Pale Waves.

Tickets for the tour are one sale from Wednesday, you can have a gander at the full run of dates (which go everywhere) below:

Superfood, King Nun and Pale Waves are set to play:


17 OXFORD The Bullingdon

18 SHEFFIELD The Leadmill

19 GLASGOW King Tuts

20 MANCHESTER Sound Control Basement

21 LEEDS Brudenell Social Club

22 HULL The Welly

23 NEWCASTLE Think Tank

24 LIVERPOOL Arts Club

25 STOKE The Sugarmill

27 BIRMINGHAM O2 Academy 2

28 NOTTINGHAM Rescue Rooms

29 BRIGHTON The Haunt

30 BRISTOL Thekla

31 LONDON Tufnell Park The Dome


01 CARDIFF Clwb Ifor Bach

03 BELFAST Oh Yeah

04 DUBLIN O2 Academy 2

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