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Music / May 16, 2022

Belfast’s Robocobra Quartet reveal European dates

Robocobra Quartet, Credit: Colin Armstrong
Music / May 16, 2022

Belfast’s Robocobra Quartet reveal European dates

Words: Dylan Murphy

The six piece from the north reveal their biggest hometown show to date and a host of dates across Europe.

June 17 sees Belfast’s Robocobra Quartet release their forthcoming album Living Isn’t Easy. It’s their first full length record in four years and the announcement comes after the group shared their double single ‘Heaven/ Night’ and signed to Deptford-based label, First Taste Records.

Now, the crew have revealed they are hitting the road to celebrate the release. They play Limerick’s Kasbah Social Club and Whelan’s in Dublin on the 15 and 17 of September respectively before heading to Belfast’s Empire Music Hall on October 7.

Speaking on the shows, Nathan from the band said, “We’ll be coming out of a busy summer of festivals and it will be a special moment to have a proper celebration of the album in a venue we’ve always wanted to play right here in Belfast.”

Peep the full tour dates below:

21.05 Windmill Brixton, London, UK
12.06 Maifeld Derby Festival, DE
11-13.08 Haldern Pop Festival, DE
19.08 Green Man Festival, UK
21.08 Another Love Story Festival, IE
27.08 This Must Be The Place, Leeds, UK
28.08 Broadcast, Glasgow, UK
15.09 Kasbah Social Club, Limerick, IE
17.09 Whelan’s Upstairs, Dublin, IE
20.09 Future Yard, Birkenhead, UK
21.09 Crofters Rights, Bristol, UK
23.09 Cobalt Studios, Newcastle, UK
24.09 Castle Hotel, Manchester, UK
07.10 The Empire Music Hall, Belfast, NI

Tickets on sale now from Eventbrite.

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