- 10 Sep 19
The English band's new album, No Treasure But Hope, arrives on November 15.
With their highly-anticipated follow-up to The Waiting Room just around the corner, Tindersticks have announced a headline show at the National Concert Hall in Dublin, on May 24 2020.
The news follows Tindersticks' announcement that their new album, No Treasure But Hope, is set to be released on November 15, via City Slang.
“I felt we needed to be able to make something meaningful,” lead singer Stuart Staples revealed in a statement about the release. “The last two albums were gradually built to a point of being finished in our studio from moments of playing and recording together. When we figured out how to present the songs live, different things happened to them. This time, we wanted to reverse that – to do something that was about being committed to a song together in a moment.”
Between compositions for the First World War commemorations (Ypres, 2014) and F. Percy Smith’s microscopic movies (Minute Bodies, 2017), Tindersticks’ last album The Waiting Room was described by Hot Press's John Walshe as "amongst their most musically ambitious moves to date".
Tickets for Tindersticks' National Concert Hall performance are €36.50, and go on sale this Friday at 10am.
Watch the video for No Treasure But Hope's lead single, 'The Amputees', below: