The Academy, 57 Middle Abbey Street, Dublin, Ireland
Yellow Days at the Academy Dublin
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The Academy, Dublin
31st March 2021
Tickets on sale Friday 11th September from 9am
The most recent offering from Yellow’s Day’s incredibly accomplished new album ‘A Day in A Yellow Beat’ (due September 18th) was the sunshining burst of funked up joy of ‘Getting Closer' – an ode to music in a summer where music struggled to find its voice in a live capacity. This followed a series of tantalizing tasters of the new record in the form of previous tracks ‘You’, 'Love is Everywhere’ and ‘Treat You Right’.
As an artist who has always thrived on the live stage – not being able to perform any of this new music to his ever-growing live following has been a real struggle for Yellow Days (aka George van den Broek). 2020 thew us all a massive curve ball on that front but as a chink of light appears at the end of the tunnel for the live industry, George has announced a live tour for spring 2021. Having not played a gig since an AMP night at The Jazz Café, London in October 2019, George and his band are incredibly excited to get ‘A Day in a Yellow Beat’ out on the road.
In a previous life, when live tours where a staple part of our existence, Yellow Days had built up an impressive following. On his last tour he sold out Brixton Electric and played two completely sold out runs across Europe and the US. Festivals were also very much part of his playing ground and included performances at Coachella, Primavera and Glastonbury amongst others.
See below for the full run of shows for next year across Europe and the UK.
Tickets for the tour go on sale On Friday September 11th HERE
‘A Day in a Yellow Beat’ is Yellow Days’ sophomore record and his first for Columbia.
On this new album, inspiration comes from a deep-dive into '70s: fusion-era works of Herbie Hancock and Quincy Jones, the funkier phases of Marvin Gaye and Curtis Mayfield, and the keyboard wizardry of Don Blackman and Weldon Irvine.
For this new album Yellow Days spent a lot of time writing and recording in LA with a whole host of incredible artists and musicians – many of whom have / still play for the likes of Raphael Saadiq, Frank Ocean, Weldon Irvine, Kanye West. In doing so, George has taken it back to a more traditional way of making music – from hand-picking the collaborators, selecting the perfect studio setting to recording everything on analogue, vintage gear; all of which has vastly enhanced the sound Yellow Days is now capable of creating and he is sure to translate that sound impeccably to a live setting as he projects his vision for this album onto the global stage.
UK & EU 2021 Tour:
07.03 LA2, Barcelona
08.03 Independence, Madrid
09.03 LAV, Lisbon
11.03 Debaser Strand, Stockholm
14.03 Pumpehuset, Copenhagen
16.03 Mojo, Hamburg
17.03 Kesselhaus, Berlin
19.03 Grelle Forelle, Vienna
20.03 Strom, Munich
21.03 Kaufleuten Festsaal, Zurich
23.03 Santeria Toscana31, Milan
25.03 CBE, Cologne
26.03 Botanique, Brussels
27.03 Trabendo, Paris
29.03 Melkweg, Amsterdam
31.03 Academy, Dublin
02.04 Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds
03.04 Academy 2, Manchester
04.03 Oran Mor, Glasgow
06.03 Chalk, Brighton
07.03 SXW, Bristol
09.04 02 Forum, London
Tickets are available from Friday September 11th HERE