Django Django Announce Yorkshire Dates As Part Of 2021 Tour

Django Django

Django Django have announced they’ll be coming to Yorkshire twice as part of a UK and European headline tour in October and November.

The band have built an inimitable live reputation over the years. And this will be the first time their lauded new album Glowing in the Dark will be played to audiences.  They play Leeds University on 11th October 2021, and on the following night they at The Leadmill in Sheffield. You can check out the full list of dates on the Django Django website.

Alongside the announcement, the band has also shared the video for recent single ‘Waking Up‘. The single is an album highlight, and a collaboration with Charlotte Gainsbourg.

Django Django“Genre-defying”

Exclusively for the tour, the band has also made two limited edition 7 inch vinyl for album tracks ‘Waking Up’ and ‘Kick The Devil Out’. They include new recordings and hand-designed artwork which folds out into posters. These vinyl will only be available for the first handful of people who have bought tickets to the tour that can enter the competition to win a free copy. More information on the bands socials.

Over the course of their extraordinarily accomplished discography to date, Django Django have constantly headed left where others have gone right. The Guardian recently described them as “making music that sounds close to perfection”. They are known for their genre-defying eclectic sound, and their new album “Glowing in the Dark”, heralds the beginning of a thrilling new era for the band.  Universally acclaimed,  the album has been praised by the likes of Uncut, Mojo, The Observer and many more.

Glowing In The Dark is a glorious move forward. It’s infused with the kind of freshness and confidence that comes hand in hand with a newfound optimism.  A record about escape but also one full of hope. And that’s the sound of experience of a band who knows what it’s like to exceed even your wildest dreams.


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