CITY AND COLOUR Announces European and UK Tour - Plays London Palladium 28th February 2020

City And Colour
Announces European and UK Tour
Plays London Palladium 28th February
New Album ‘A Pill For Loneliness’ Out October 4th

Following the release of the captivating music video for ‘Astronaut’ last week, City and Colour, acclaimed singer songwriter Dallas Green, has just announced a February European and UK tour which will include a show at the London Palladium on 28thFebruary. ‘A Pill For Loneliness’, Dallas’ sixth studio album, will be released on October 4th on Still Records.

City and Colour play the following UK and European dates. Tickets on sale Friday 27th September @ 9.00am from 

Mon 10th                      DE, Munich, Alte Kongresshalle 
Tues 11th                     ITL, Milan, Teatro del Verme
Wed 12th                    CF, Zürich, Kaufleuten
Fri 14th                         DE, Stuttgart, Wagenhallen
Sat 15th                       DE, Leipzig, Haus Leipzig
Mon 17th                     DK, Copenhagen, Dr Koncerthuset, Koncertsalen
Wed 19th                    SE, Stockholm, Göta Lejon
Fri 21st                          DE, Berlin, Tempodrom
Sat 22nd                      DE, Dusseldorf, Tonehalle
Sun 23rd                      NL, Amsterdam, Paradiso
Tues 25th                     BY, Ghent, Ntgent
Wed 26th                    FR, Paris, Café de la Dance
Fri 28th                         UK, London, London Palladium

The highly anticipated follow-up to City and Colour’s #1 selling album If I Should Go Before You (2015)A Pill for Loneliness is produced by three-time Grammy-winning Jacquire King (Kings Of Leon, Tom Waits, Modest Mouse, Norah Jones) and mastered by Emily Lazar (Beck, Coldplay, Dolly Parton, The Chainsmokers), the first female mastering engineer to win a Grammy for best engineered album (2019).

Over the course of five studio albums, Green has compiled a canon ripe with songs amassing a legion of fans worldwide. With this 6th full-length album, Green siphons serenity from stress through a kaleidoscope of lush guitars, ethereal orchestration, and heavenly delivery over eleven tracks that illuminate an entrancing emotional expanse, balancing two extremes with eloquence and energy.
“I wrote a lot of dark songs and wrapped them in the most beautiful sounds we could find,” Green explains. “There are personal connotations, but they’re also relatable. I’m thankful for the opportunity to create.”