Japandroids UK/EU Tour; Watch ‘Adrenaline Nightshift’ On Letterman

Japandroids UK/EU Tour; Watch ‘Adrenaline Nightshift’ On Letterman

Canadian rockers Japandroids start off their latest run of European, UK and Irish dates from today. Starting off at Portugal’s Optimus festival, the tour also takes in two dates at London’s Dingwalls on the 17th and 18th July before heading to Latitude and Longitude. Some tickets are left for the second London date, find out more here and details of the full tour is below.

Having toured the world throughout the past year and a half in support of the hugely-acclaimed current album ‘Celebration Rock’, Japandroids (aka Brian King and David Prowse) recently stopped off to play an incendiary version of ‘Adrenaline Nightshift’ for David Letterman.

Watch the Letterman clip here:

Listen to a playlist by David for The 405, compiled as a tribute to his fellow drummers: http://thefourohfive.com/news/article/japandroids-under-the-influence-playlist

Watch the video for crowd favourite ‘The House That Heaven Built’. The video finds director Jim Larson traveling with the band on their 2012 summer US tour, filming at sold out shows in Toronto, Montreal, Boston, NYC, Brooklyn, DC and their life on the road in between:



July 12th – Portugal, Lisbon, Optimus Alive Festival
July 14th – UK, Leeds, Brudenell Social Clubget tickets
July 16th – UK, Brighton, The Hauntget tickets
July 17th – UK, London, Dingwallsget tickets
July 18th – UK, London, Dingwallsget tickets
July 19th – UK, Southwold, Latitude Festival
July 21st – Ireland, Dublin, Longitude
July 23rd – France, Paris, Nouveau Casino
July 25th – Germany, Munich, Ahoirock
July 26th – Germany, Grossenfehn, Omas Teich Fest
July 27th – Germany, Berlin, Greenville Festival
July 29th – Austria, Feldkirch, Poolbar Festival
July 30th – Switzerland, Zurich, Rote Fabrik – Summerstage
August 1st – Russia, Moscow, B2
August 2nd – Russia, St Petersburg, Da:Da Club
August 4th – Poland, Katowice, Off Festival


“a rock record for the ages” Pitchfork ‘Best New Music’ (8.8)

“This is REAL party rock, and like the best nights out, it leaves you sweaty and exhausted and ready to do it all over again” The Line Of Best Fit

“Japandroids simultaneously epitomise and critique the act of being in a wicked awesome cult rock band.” Drowned in Sound

“Japandroids never intended to become the world’s best rock band, but with this album they might have just shoved compatriots Fucked Up off of that particular throne ” Loud & Quiet

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