Hot off the release of their single “denver luna,” Underworld have announced a nine-stop tour.
Underworld keep on looking to the future. Last month, the iconic dance music group released a driving, new single titled “denver luna.” Now, they’ve shared plans to embark on a spring tour, touching down in cities throughout continental Europe and the UK from March 13-April 12, 2024.
The run of dates kicks off with three consecutive nights at Gashouder in Amsterdam — all of which are sold out at the time of writing. Next, they stop at UFO in Berlin on March 22 before performing at Forum Black Box in Copenhagen on March 23, Sentrum Scene in Oslo on March 26, and Forest National in Brussels on March 29.
After closing out the month with a March 30 show at Jahrhunderthalle in Frankfurt, Underworld will conclude the tour with a UK leg of dates. April 3 will see them perform at Usher Hall in Edinburgh. Alexandra Palace in London will host them on April 6. Finally, they will touch down at Aviva Studios in Manchester on April 12.
Formed in 1987 by Karl Hyde and Rick Smith, Underworld’s first incarnation was a funk and synth-pop band. After breaking up in 1990 following the release of two albums, they reunited with DJ Darren Emerson in the mix. Albums like Second Toughest in the Infants and Beaucoup Fish showcase a more dance music and techno-focused sound. They are best known for “Born Slippy.NUXX,” the B-side of “Born Slippy,” which notably featured in the 1996 film Trainspotting.
Presale tickets are available until Friday, October 27 at 10am in the time zone of each city. To access them, sign up for the mailing list on Underworld’s website.