The band’s UK number 1 album ‘For Those That Wish To Exist’
is OUT NOW on Epitaph
Following on from the release of their UK number 1 album ‘For Those That Wish To Exist’, ARCHITECTS have announced a UK arena tour for February and March 2022.
You can see the band at the following dates:
22 Leeds, First Direct Arena
23 Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
25 Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
26 London, Alexandra Palace
01 Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
Tickets on general sale 10am, 19th March – HERE
O2 PRESALE: Wednesday 17 March @ 10am GMT
LIVE NATION PRESALE: Thursday 18 March @ 10am GMT
VENUE PRESALES: Thursday 18 March @ 10am GMT
GENERAL ON-SALE: Friday 19 March @ 10am GMT
You can also watch the band discussing their new album with Daniel P Carter, in great length and details in the beautiful surroundings of Abbey Road Studios. The two part interview can be viewed HERE PART 1 and HERE PART 2.
The new album ‘For Those That Wish To Exist’ is the band’s first UK number one and had 16.5 million streams within the first week.
Live wise, ARCHITECTS have already announced a handful of very special, incredibly intimate shows for summer 2021. With two dates at Pryzm in Kingston (for Banquet Records) on the 6th and 7th August, and dates in Liverpool (O2 Academy 2) and Leeds (Stylus) on the 23rd and 24th July respectively, ALL selling out in under 3 seconds. Their current single ‘Meteor’ is now on the Radio 1 A-List (their highest placing so far), and the band were invited on to the Radio 1 Rock Show for a very special take over, that you can listen to – HERE
ARCHITECTS is vocalist Sam Carter, drummer Dan Searle, bassist Ali Dean and
guitarists Josh Middleton and Adam Christianson.
For All Those That Wish To Exist press quotes:
‘For Those That Wish To Exist is a long and constantly shifting album. It also sounds like it could be a crucial one in Architects’ ongoing evolution.’ – Kerrang!
‘cobweb-blasting screaming, brain-invading melodies and skin-scouring riffs’ – The Guardian
‘Thematically and sonically, For Those That Wish To Exist feels limitless.’
‘..it pushes Architects into unexplored territory and a bold new future where even bigger venues and audiences surely await.’ – NME
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