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The Used Announce UK and European festival and headline shows

Currently demolishing venues across the US on their headline tour, The Used have announced a short run of UK and European shows. The legendary rock icons, who will perform at this year’s Slam Dunk Festival before playing 2 TINY shows in London and Brighton, will then head to mainland Europe for further shows in France, Belgium, Italy, Switzerland and Russia.

Catch this incendiary live band at one of the following shows:

23rd Leeds, UK, Slam Dunk Festival
24th Hatfield, UK, Slam Dunk Festival
26th London, UK, Lafayette
27th Brighton, UK, Concorde 2
30th Paris, France, Slam Dunk Festival
31st Antwerp, Belgium, Zappa

2nd Milan, Italy, Circolo Magnolia
3rd Zurich, Switzerland, Dynamo
9th Moscow, Russia, Arbat Hall
10th St Petersburg, Russia, Zal

Tickets are on sale Friday, Jan 31st at 10am GMT from

A few weeks ago, The Used surprised fans with a brand new single. “Blow Me (Feat. Jason Aalon Butler)” is frenetic and explosive while showcasing the undeniable vocals of front-man Bert McCracken.

“Blow Me” is the first new piece of music from the band in over two years and marks the return of John Feldmann to their production team. The Used signed to Feldmann’s record label Big Noise earlier this year and are putting the finishing touches to their eighth full-length album.

Feldmann signed The Used to Reprise Records in January 2002, one short year after the band formed in Orem, Utah. He also produced some of the band’s most monumental albums including their self-titled debut, Maybe Memories, In Love and Death, Lies for the Liars, Vulnerable and Imaginary Enemy. The upcoming album will mark their first release on Big Noise.  

For the release, Big Noise will partner with Hassle Records for the UK and Europe.  Hassle Records boss, Wez said “We have worked with a host of artists that come from the same, or similar, musical backgrounds and ethos to The Used. Frank Iero, Fall Out Boy, We Are The Ocean, Alexisionfire to name but a few. It’s Hassle’s 15th year in 2020 and to finally get to work with The Used is not only an honour, but it feels like a really natural fit for us to be partnering with them’.

Stay tuned to The Used’s social media accounts and website for more news soon.

Nearly twenty years ago, The Used was brought to life and have since released a collection of albums that shaped the space of the alternative rock scene. High energy live shows, gut wrenching relatable lyrics, and melodies that blended pop sensibility and hard rock was the perfect combination to make an everlasting impression on fans globally. 

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