Thom Yorke has today announced UK and European dates in June and July 2020 for Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes—the touring entity comprised of Thom, Nigel Godrich and visual artist Tarik Barri. The tour includes shows across the UK throughout June, including two performances at London’s Eventim Apollo, before continuing across Europe in July.
The UK and European shows will follow additional US dates, also announced today. Tickets are on sale October 18. Further information available at W.A.S.T.E. – full UK and European schedule below:
19th June – SEC Hall 3, Glasgow, UK
20th June – O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester, UK
23rd June – Eventim Apollo, London, UK
24th June – Eventim Apollo, London, UK
1st July – Open’er Festival, Gdynia, Poland*
1st – 4th July – Roskilde Festival, Denmark*
6th July – AFAS Live, Amsterdam, Netherlands
9th July – Ippodromo del Galoppo di San Siro, Milan, Italy
11th July – Pohoda Festival, Slovakia
12th July – Karlin Hall, Prague, Czech Republic
13th July – Max-Schmeling-Halle, Berlin, Germany
*Indicates previously announced shows
Currently playing across the U.S., Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes features the trio of Thom, Nigel and Tarik performing songs spanning Thom’s work, including The Eraser, Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes, Atoms For Peace’s Amok, Suspiria and of course his recently released ANIMA.
ANIMA was released on 27th June, accompanied by a Paul Thomas Anderson-directed “one-reeler,” also titled ANIMA, exclusively viewable on Netflix. Both the album and the short film (set to three of its songs) have received widespread critical acclaim. In their 5-star review of the album, The Telegraph proclaimed it “a bleak dystopian rhapsody you can actually dance to”, Sunday Times Culture declared it “gorgeous” in their cover feature interview with Thom, and NME lauded the record “an artfully produced fever dream of an album”.
Featuring several songs debuted live over the course of previous Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes performances, ANIMA was written by Yorke, produced by Godrich and features the London Contemporary Orchestra on all nine tracks.