Following supports with Poison and Cheap Trick in May/June 2018, headline tours of Canada (late 2018) and the USA (early 2019), American rock titans POP EVIL are pleased to announce a European headline tour in February/March 2019.
The full European Tour dates are as follows
Tues 19thFeb 2019 – Zoom, Frankfurt, GERMANY
Wed 20thFeb 2019 – La Trabendo, Paris, FRANCE
Thurs 21stFeb 2019 – Backstage Halle, Munich, GERMANY
Fri 22ndFeb 2019 – Frannz-Club, Berlin, GERMANY
Sat 23rdFeb 2019 – Head Crash, Hamburg, GERMANY
Sun 24thFeb 2019 – Luxor, Cologne, GERMANY
Wed 27thFeb 2019 – Rebellion, Manchester, UK
Thurs 28thFeb 2019 – O2 Academy 3, Birmingham, UK
Fri 1stMar 2019 – O2 Academy Islington, London, UK
Sat 2ndMar 2019 – Melkweg, Amsterdam, HOLLAND
UK headline tickets available HERE with support to be confirmed.
Vocalist Leigh Kakaty says, “Our fans in Europe have been all over us on when we are getting back to Europe to perform. The time is finally come!! This tour is going to be one of our best yet. The energy on stage is at an all-time high and we can’t wait to play for all our European Fans.”
Pop Evil released their fifth, self titled LP on the 16th February 2018 via Entertainment One. Produced by Kato Khandwala, POP EVIL captures Kakaty and his bandmates at their most inspiring.
Every song on the album offers a different spin on the concept behind the band’s name and in an era when many rock bands create a few strong singles, and six or seven less memorable songs and call it an album. POP EVIL is all killer, no filler – the best 11 songs culled from 30 demos. The album has already spawned three hit singles with stunning videos ‘Walking Lions‘ , ‘Colors Bleed‘ and ‘A Crime To Remember‘
It’s a surging, contemporary sounding release that incorporates metal, alternative, hard rock and even some electronic music. In the wake of the band’s peppy, upbeat 2015 album UP, which debuted #1 on the Independent Artist Billboard Album Chart, it went on to produce their biggest single to date, “Footsteps.” It’s a wake-up call, a musical rebirth that inspired the band to self-title the release, partially since they’d never done so.