Returning to storm the UK with their 2022 headline tour, Lorna Shore have upgraded the London venue due to huge demand. Originally scheduled to play at the Boston Music Rooms, they will now perform at The Dome on the 30th January. The tour will see them bring their And I Return To Nothingness… EP overseas for the first time since its release in August.
For their six-day UK campaign, Lorna Shore will be joined by Distant and Danish band Cabal who had this to say on the upcoming tour.
“We are psyched to be joining the mighty Lorna Shore for their headlining tour across the UK. We’ve been fans of theirs since they released the Maleficium EP, and remember clearly the first time we heard their jawdropping breakdowns in Godmaker. It’s been an absolute pleasure following these guys, and seeing their success with the recent EP is just so heartwarming and well-deserved. Having met the guys on a few occasions both in the US and in Denmark when they guested Aarhus with our friends in Ingested, we are extremely keen to get to know the guys even better and wreak havoc on the UK together, along with the heavy-hitting gentlemen in Distant. We can’t wait for January!” – Cabal
“We are excited to have Cabal and Distant alongside us for our return to the UK. Our time there last year was sadly cut short, but we are ready to return with a vengeance and put on a show like never before. You won’t want to miss out on this. – (Austin Archey, drums – Lorna Shore)
On top of their own return to the UK, Lorna Shore will also be coming back to European shores as support on Bring Me The Horizon’s Survival Horror European Tour. Playing 18 dates in February 2022, they will also be accompanied by A Day To Remember and Poorstacy.