Following the announcement of their Summer Tour 2021 of headline and festival appearances, and their full Autumn Tour 2021 celebrating the release of their debut album, TELLING TRUTHS, BREAKING TIES, which includes a number of O2 Academy headline shows, MILLIE MANDERS AND THE SHUTUP can now announce they will be supporting Less Than Jake alongside Skinny Lister and The Toasters on the UK and Irish dates of their Spring Tour 2022. Dates as follows:
MARCH 2022
Tue    29      DUBLIN             Voodoo Lounge
Wed    30    BELFAST           Limelight
Thu    31      GLASGOW        O2 Academy
APRIL 2022
Fri    01        NEWCASTLE            O2 City Hall
Sat    02       LEEDS                        O2 Academy
Sun    03      MANCHESTER        O2 Ritz
Tue    05      LEICESTER               O2 Academy
Wed    06    BIRMINGHAM         O2 Institute
Thu    07     BOURNEMOUTH    O2 Academy
Fri    08      BRISTOL                     O2 Academy
Sat    09      LONDON                    O2 Kentish Town Forum
Fronted by Millie’s incredible vocal dexterity and backed by grinding guitars, irresistible horns and a huge amount of pop appeal, MILLIE MANDERS AND THE SHUTUP shows are renowned for their power and energy. With the launch of their debut album last year, accompanying videos for its six singles, and a commitment that there will be zero plastic wrapping on any merchandise or release, the band are striving to make a difference whilst keeping us uplifted and brilliantly entertained.
TELLING TRUTHS, BREAKING TIES is available on CD and vinyl formats from alongside a range of limited-edition clothing and artwork that raises funds for NHS Charities Together, The Survivors Trust (the umbrella charity for survivors of rape and sexual abuse) and the mental health charities Mind and Papyrus.
With extensive support from BBC Introducing and Radio X and appearances at notable festivals such as Boomtown and Rebellion, MILLIE MANDERS AND THE SHUTUP have propelled themselves into the conscience of both the public and the music industry alike. With lyrics that discuss loss, betrayal, anger, anxiety, heartbreak, bitterness, environmental catastrophe and political unrest, they inspire the questioning of social norms with a cross-genre punk that’s becoming increasingly hard to ignore.
Fri    11    LEICESTER        Biker’s Pub
Sat    26    KINGSTON       Fighting Cocks
Fri    02    STOURBRIDGE        Katy Fitzgerald’s
Sat    03    CORBY            Talisman
Fri    23    HULL            O’Reilly’s
Sat    24    LEEDS            A Fistful of Ska Festival @ Brudenell Social Club
Thu    29    CHEPSTOW        Green Gathering Festival
Fri    30    SOUTHAMPTON        Gabefest
Thu    05    CHESTER        Live Rooms
Sat    07    DONCASTER        Wroot Rocks
Sun    29    GUERNSEY        Vale Earth Fair
Sat    11    DERBYSHIRE        Whitwell Festival
​​​​​​​AUTUMN TOUR 2021
Fri    29    NORWICH        Brickmakers
Fri    05    BIDEFORD        Palladium
Sat    06    PLYMOUTH        Junction 
Sun    07    BRIDGWATER        Cobblestones
Wed    10    PRESTON        Continental
Thu    11    GLASGOW        Broadcast
Fri    12    NEWCASTLE        Cluny 2
Sat    13    LIVERPOOL         Arts Club Loft
Sun    14    YORK            Fulford Arms
Wed    17    STAFFORD        Redrum
Thu    18    CARDIFF            Moon
Fri    19    BIRMINGHAM        O2 Institute 3
Sat    20    OXFORD            O2 Academy 2
Sun    21    SOUTHAMPTON        Joiners
Wed    24    GLOUCESTER        Dick Whittington
Thu    25    BANGOR        Blue Sky Cafe
Fri    26    SHEFFIELD        O2 Academy 2
Sat    27    MANCHESTER        Star & Garter
Sun    28    BRISTOL            Louisiana
Thu    02    CAMBRIDGE        Portland Arms
Fri    03    LEICESTER        O2 Academy 2
Sat    04    LONDON        Islington O2 Academy
Fri    10    BRIGHTON        Brunswick
Sat    11    HIGH WYCOMBE        Phoenix
Sun    12    BEDFORD        Esquires
Sat    18    CHELMSFORD        Hotbox

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