DEL AMITRI announce 2014 UK Tour - Their first tour in over a decade


The A to Z of Us

With a cast of original members and even the original crew, Del Amitri return from a ten year sabbatical to wheel out every hit from every era of their lengthy recording career. Justin Currie and Iain Harvie will once again be joined on stage by Andy Alston, Kris Dollimore and Ashley Soan.

It's been thirty years since Del Amitri’s debut single, ‘Sense Sickness’ – their contribution to all things early 80s and jangly. “The A to Z of Us will take a retrospective sweep of our entire output, from indie art-pop through folk-tinged balladry to hairy Brit-rock chuggery”, says front man Justin Currie.

Formed in Glasgow in 1983, during their distinguished career Del Amitri had four Top 10 albums and a string of memorable hit singles. Their million selling breakthrough album ‘Waking Hours’ (1989) included the hits ‘Nothing Ever Happens’ and  ‘Kiss This Thing Goodbye’. The follow-up, 1992’s ‘Change Everything’, featured the massive radio single ‘Always The Last To Know’ and reached No.2 in the albums chart, only being held off the top slot by the might of ‘The Bodyguard’ soundtrack. 1995’s ‘Twisted’ charted at No.3 and included their biggest ever single ‘Roll To Me’, which reached No.10 on the Billboard Hot 100. Del Amitri’s most recent album was 2002’s ‘Can You Do Me Good?’, and the band have been on hiatus since finishing the subsequent tour.

“Whenever anyone asked if Del Amitri would ever re-form,” says guitarist Iain Harvie, “our standard response was ‘We never broke up - the phone just stopped ringing.’”

It has started ringing now and Del Amitri are picking it up from where they left off.

DEL AMITRI UK TOUR 2014 – The A to Z of Us

Wed 22nd         Dublin, Vicar Street
Fri 24th             Glasgow, The SSE Hydro, Celtic Connections
                        £35/£30 from /
Sun 26th          Newcastle, City Hall
                        £45/£35 from
Mon 27th          Leeds, OAcademy
                        £35 from
Tue 28th           Cambridge, Corn Exchange
                        £45/£35 from
Thu 30th           Bournemouth, O2 Academy
                        £35 from
Fri 31st             Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
                        £45/£35 from
Sat 1st              Manchester, O2 Apollo
                        £45/£35 from
Sun 2nd            Liverpool, Empire
                        £45/£35 from
Tue 4th             Bristol, Colston Hall
                        £45/£35 from
Wed 5th           Oxford, New Theatre
                        £45/£35 from
Thu 6th             Wolverhampton, Wolves Civic
                        £35 from / 0870 320 7000
Fri 7th               London, Hammersmith Apollo
                        £45/£35/£29.50 from

Tickets on general sale from 10am this Friday 6th September.