slowthai has announced a further 13 dates at venues across the UK and Ireland to promote his chart-topping album Tyron.
The ‘Hell Is Home’ tour in March 2022 will see the Northampton rapper playing significantly larger venues than those he is due to play in August and September this year which sold out in minutes when tickets went on sale this month.
The tour will begin in Dublin on March 13 and will conclude with two nights at London’s O2 Academy in Brixton.
slowthai’s second album Tyron was released this month and last Friday became the UK’s official number one selling album.
However, it is likely to make way for either As The Love Continues by Mogwai or Conflict Of Interest by Ghetts when BBC Radio 1 and the Official Chart Company reveal the UK album chart today.
This week, slowthai released a video for Tyron’s closing track, ADHD.
It follows videos for Vex, Mazza, Cancelled, NHS and Feel Away.
Tyron is slowthai’s follow up to his acclaimed debut Nothing Great About Britain.
March 13, Dublin, Ireland, Olympia Theatre
March 17, Manchester, 02 Victoria Warehouse
March 18, Leeds, University Refectory
March 20, Glasgow, 02 Academy
March 21, Newcastle, 02 City Hall
March 22, Liverpool, Mountford Hall
March 24, Nottingham, Rock City
March 25, Norwich, UEA
March 26, Birmingham, 02 Institute
March 27, Cardiff, The Great Hall
March 29, Southampton, 02 Guildhall
March 30, London, 02 Academy, Brixton
March 31, London, 02 Academy, Brixton