Pile announce new live dates for September EU/UK tour

Pile press photo
Photo credit: Elisabeth Fuchsia

Pile have announced a number of additional live dates for their EU/UK headline tour in September 2019. The tour follows the release of their highly acclaimed 7th album, ‘Green and Gray’, and will see the band play a run of 5 UK dates in Oxford, Leeds, Glasgow, Bristol and London with a headline show at the Moth Club. The full list of dates so far is as follows:

08/09/19 : Paris FR – Frisson Acidulé @ Theatre de Verre
11/09/19 : Hasselt BE – MOD
12/09/19 : Rotterdam NL – V11
13/09/19 : Leffinge BE – Leffingeleuren
14/09/19 : Oxford UK – If Not Now, When?
15/09/19 : London UK – Moth Club
16/09/19 : Leeds UK – The Lending Room
17/09/19 : Glasgow UK – Nice N Sleazy
18/09/19 : Bristol UK – Crofters Rights
19/09/19 : Amsterdam NL – Indiestad @ Paradiso
21/09/19 : Hamburg DE – Reeperbahn festival
22/09/19 : Copenhagen DK – Loppen
23/09/19 : Berlin DE – Urban Spree
24/09/19 : Dresden DE – Scheune
25/09/19 : Prague CZ – CafeVlese
26/09/19 : Poznań PL – Pod Minoga
27/09/19 : Warsaw PL – Hydrozagadka
28/09/19 : Vienna AT – Chelsea
29/09/19 : Budapest HU – Auróra
02/10/19 : Milan IT – Spazio Ligera
03/10/19 : Kreuzlingen CH – Horst Club
04/10/19 : Luxembourg – Rotondes
05/10/19 : Brussels BE – Autumn Falls @ Botanique

Tickets available here

The follow up to their 2017 critical breakthrough, ‘A Hairshirt of Purpose’, the band’s new record (released via Exploding In Sound Records in Spring) has been shaping up to become one of the most exciting rock records this year, earning plaudits from the likes of Pitchfork (7.9), Kerrang!, The 405, Sterogum, The FADER, Noisey, Consequence of Sound, NPR, London in Stereo, The Line Of Best Fit, Louder, Brooklyn Vegan and many more.

Speaking about the new record, frontman Rick Maguire says, “I’m just trying to figure out where I’m at with the whole thing. Living like this never ceases to be strange. I’m doing exactly what I want to do and I love it very much, that’s stayed there for me, but I’m just watching things change around me as I go.

I’m a mid 30s guy on that line, and these are my own emotional observations on those feelings. I put a lot of energy into making these things that are about, on some level, how I feel, but the feelings themselves are like riddles, so the songs are the best answers I can come up with. I put a lot of myself into it. I think it’s a good honest piece of work.”

‘Green and Gray’ is out now via Exploding In Sound Records – Order HERE