Royal Blood have shared details of a European tour next year – see dates below.
The rock duo will kick things off at Paris’ Le Zenith venue on March 10, 2022 before taking in shows across Germany and elsewhere in the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg and Italy. They wrap the tour at Dublin’s 3Arena in Ireland on April 5.
The tour follows the release of the band’s third album ‘Typhoons‘, which dropped in April.
Royal Blood European tour 2022:
Thursday 10 – Paris, France @ Le Zenith
Saturday 12 – Luxembourg @ Luxexpo The Box
Sunday 13 – Cologne, Germany @ Palladium
Tuesday 15 – Hamburg, Germany @ Edel-Optics.De Arena
Wednesday 16 – Berlin, Germany @ Columbiahalle
Thursday 17 – Wiesbaden, Germany @ Schlachthof
Saturday 19 – Milan, Italy @ Lorenzini District
Sunday 20 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Halle 622
Tuesday 22 – Antwerp, Belgium @ Lotto Arena
Wednesday 23 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Afas Live
Tuesday 3 – Dublin, Ireland @ 3Arena
Europe, we’re coming back. We can’t wait to be back on the stage partying with all of you. Tickets are on sale from 10am CET on Friday 11th June. Make sure you don’t miss out! pic.twitter.com/XIg7K177ic
— Royal Blood (@royalblooduk) June 7, 2021
NME spoke to the group for a Big Read cover feature in April in which bassist/vocalist Mike Keer addressed his journey to sobriety.
“The problem wasn’t what was happening; the problem was me,” said Kerr. “The journey we went on was incredible, but for me and the way I handle things, I didn’t know that I didn’t have an ‘off’ switch. By the time we were touring the second album I was like, ‘Oh, I’m this guy now – I can’t stop now. I have to go further than anyone else’. Being someone who didn’t want the party to stop meant that I didn’t stop the party when I got home. It’s like coming back to work but still thinking you’re on holiday in Ibiza, wearing a Hawaiian shirt while you cook a barbecue up in the office.”
Bandmate Ben Thatcher (drums) added: “There were times when he had gone too far and lost his vision for things. Obviously I’m a different person and I do have an off-switch, but sobriety has just been a great thing for Mike. I supported him in any way I could, but it was something that he needed to work out for himself. You’ve gotta want it and have a lot of self control. He had that when he got back from Vegas.”