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Knuckle Puck Announces UK Tour Dates Ahead Of Neck Deep Show

Knuckle Puck 2023
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Following the release of their latest full-length album, Losing What We Love, in October, Knuckle Puck has announced a string of tour dates in the UK alongside Shoreline

The Chicago natives will head overseas for four tour dates ahead of supporting Neck Deep in London, UK, at Alexandra Palace. The band was also announced today for a performance at So What?! Fest in Fort Worth, TX, on June 1.

Below, you can check out their announced touring schedule for 2024 thus far and get tickets to see Knuckle Puck perform here.  

Tour Dates:

  • March 23—Leeds, UK @ Project House
  • March 24—Glasgow, UK @ Classic Grand
  • March 26—Manchester, UK @ Rebellion
  • March 27—Bristol, UK @ Fleece
  • March 28—London, UK @ Alexandra Palace
  • June 1—Fort Worth, TX @ So What?! Fest

More on Knuckle Puck:

Ahead of their fourth studio album release, which arrived in October 2023, Knuckle Puck’s vocalist Joe Taylor caught up with idobi Radio to chat about the band’s growth from their 2020 album to their latest, Losing What We Love. You can read an excerpt of the interview below and read the full interview here.

It feels like Knuckle Puck as a band has traveled a long way since the release of 20/20 three years ago. How do you feel looking back on that period of time and how your focus has shifted, creatively and emotionally, to where it is now?

When we were writing and recording 20/20, the world was fine. COVID wasn’t a thing that was on our tongues. So when we started rolling the record out, it became a thing. We had got to this place where we had tried to make positive music and be positive ourselves. With 20/20, we decided to go 100% good stuff, but then the world started crashing all over that idea. That album didn’t get the exposure we wanted, so I felt a bit disheartened. We were trying to make this really accessible Knuckle Puck record for people to hear. Then, when we figure out how to do that, it feels like we can’t let it be because we can’t tour on it. We took this shot and made what I feel is an incredible album, and we can’t do anything with it.

From there, I was trying to figure out what I fell in love with about this band in the first place. That brought on Disposable Life, which felt a little left field for us. With this album, it makes so much more sense now because we chose to make the best Knuckle Puck record we could and not worry about anything else. Having fun with all of us as a band was the focus. That led us back to the core sound that we have had, one that I feel we haven’t had in a while. Since Copacetic, maybe.

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