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An English post-punk band The The have been active since 1979. Singer and songwriter Matt Johnson is the only constant band member. The The Band quickly achieved critical acclaim and commercial success in the UK in the 80s. Their most successful albums are Mind Bomb, Dusk and Infected, which was released in 1986 and spent 30 weeks on the chart. This summer, The The released the first official biography of the band titled High Hopes: The Life and Times of Matt Johnson & THE THE and published by Omnibus Press. The band’s 2018 Comeback Special Tour is partly dedicated to the book’s release.

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The The 2018 US Tour

The The have only done three world tours during their almost 40 year long career, so this long-awaited Comeback Tour will definitely be a special one. The tour will include a lot of fans’ long time favorites. However, the musicians plan to present strip-down versions of their most popular songs meaning there won’t be any samplers, click-tracks, sequencers or synthesisers. The five musicians decided to reimagine most of their catalog and will perform only refreshing reinterpretations of their hits.

The tour begins in May with two shows in Nottingham and one in Leeds on May 27th. Then, the band is gong to London, Stockholm and Denmark. In July, The The will play in Belfast, Dublin and Portugal before coming go Newcastle on the rd of September. After a few concerts in Glasgow, Birmingham, Portmeirion and Bristol, the group is going to the US. The North American tour will start in Boston and include shows in Brooklyn, New York, Toronto, Detroit Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco.