TOUR NEWS: Black Futures announce February 2020 tour


Sonic anarchists BLACK FUTURES have announced their biggest run of headline shows to date, taking place in February 2020. The tour comes after the enormous success of their debut album Never Not Nothing, released in August to huge praise from the likes of Classic Rock, Kerrang, The Independent, Rock Sound and more.

Live Black Futures’ anarchic shows have seen them acclaimed as turbulent force on the gigging circuit following a string of incredible performances supporting Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes as well as a number of mind-blowing festival appearances at All Points East, Camden Rocks, Download Festival, Glastonbury and Reading and Leeds.

Never Not Nothing was one of the most highly anticipated debuts of 2019, offering an innovative collection of apocalyptic anthems emanating from a source of caustic melody and infectious distortion. It provides a further revelation from their vision of a crumbling world, inhabited by a cast of random reprobates and shot through with a sardonic British humour.

Black Futures bring together the calm and the chaos, delivering an ingenious sound clash of distorted rock energy and dance-inducing electronics that form the back bone of this incendiary debut.

Ahead of the album release, the duo caused mayhem and mystery around the globe, from kidnapping music industry executives to performing in an abandoned Russian Cold War bunker in Berlin, erecting a monolithic logo in the middle of a hippy commune in Joshua Tree as well as filming amid tropical heat in the metropolis of Tokyo.

Never Not Nothing is a fearless album which features a string of breakthrough hits that have garnered support from the likes of Radio 1 (Annie Mac, Daniel P Carter, Phil Taggart), 6 Music (Steve Lamacq) and Radio X.

They are now set to end their breakthrough year with a couple of special shows, kicking off 2020 by tearing up venues across the UK with their adrenaline-fuelled pandemonium. All live dates can be found below – tickets are available here.


Oct 12th – Live At Leeds: Ones To Watch
Nov 9th – 2Q Festival, Lincoln


6th – The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
7th – YES, Manchester
8th – The Garage (Attic Bar), Glasgow
10th – Think Tank, Newcastle
11th – Picturehouse Social Club, Sheffield
12th – Waterfront Studio, Norwich
14th – The Bullingdon, Oxford
15th – The Cookie, Leicester
16th – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
18th – Exchange, Bristol
19th – Joiners, Southampton
20th – Oslo, London

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