Rising pop-rockers Adelphia will return to the road once again next month, this time with Everybody Looks Famous and Glass Giants. The shows follow the band’s recent stint in support of Hill Valley High. 

Of the tour, the band comment:  “We are really looking forward to getting back out onto the road and visiting our favourite places around the UK, we’ve been excited for this one for a while. It’s great to be out with two fantastic bands in Glass Giants and Everybody Looks Famous too. Fun shall be had!” 

Tour dates:

16.05.2016 – Nottingham, Bodega
17.05.2016 – Birmingham, The Rainbow
18.05.2016 – Bristol, The Stag & Hounds
19.05.2016 – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
20.05.2016 – Manchester, Factory
21.05.2016 – Newcastle, Head Of Steam

Tickets are available to purchase here:

Earlier this year Adelphia revealed the video for their latest single ‘Chapters’, aptly titled as the band entered 2016 with a fresh line-up featuring new members Conor Wade (bass) and Will McKeown (rhythm guitar).

For fans of Young Guns, You Me At Six and Mallory Knox, Adelphia have spent the past few years building a solid reputation through the delivery of their freshly polished alternative pop-rock.

They may have only formed at the beginning of 2013, but Adelphia’s achievements to date are proof that they are heading for high places. In 2014, the band opened the main stage of Hit The Deck Festival in Nottingham and won the Red Bull Studios Live at Download competition, which saw them go head to head with hundreds of bands in order to perform at the festival. Adelphia have also gained support from Kerrang! Radio, Team Rock Radio, Rock Sound and Scuzz TV, as well as making headway with BBC Introducing Nottingham, Derby and Lincoln.


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