Protomartyr announce 2022 UK and Ireland tour and share ‘Ultimate Success Today’ visual album

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the band will hit the road in spring

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Protomartyr has announced a 2022 UK and Ireland tour, along with the release of a new visual album.

  • Read more: Protomartyr: “The world may decide that this is, in fact, our last album”
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The Detroit Rockers released their fifth studio album “Ultimate Success Today” in the summer of 2020, and they have now unveiled a visual accompaniment that features a video for each song on the LP.

All the videos were made during last year’s quarantine (except “Processed by the Boys”) and put together in a spontaneous short film with the help of filmmakers Dominic Ciscodicola, David Allen, Nathan Faustin, Joseph Howard (with pictures) have been edited. Drummer Alex Leonard), Trevor Knaud, Ashley Armitage, Eunha Park and Jeremy Franchi.


You can watch all the videos below:

Protomartyr – which includes Joe Casey, Greg Ahi, Alex Leonard and Scott Davidson – is set to return to the UK and Ireland next year, with support from TRAAMS, Rattle and Oh Boland.

You can see the full list of travel dates below – Pick Up Tickets Here,

April 2022
15 – Prince Albert, Brighton (support from TRAAMS)
16 – Islington Assembly Hall, London (support from TRAAMS and Rattle)
17 – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds (support from TRAAMS and Rattle)
18 – The Clooney, Newcastle (support from TRAAMS)
20 – Cypress Avenue, Cork (support from Oh Boland)
21 – Dolan, Limerick (support from Oh Boland)
22 – The Button Factory, Dublin (support from Oh Boland)
23 – Ulster Sports Club, Belfast (support from Oh Boland)
25 – Hare and Hounds, Birmingham (support from Rattle)
26 – Club Ifor Bach, Cardiff (support from the rattle)
27 – Y Theatre, Leicester (support from Rattle)
29 – Trades Club, Hebden Bridge (support from TRAAMS)

Earlier this year, members of Engagements and Protomartyr formed a new band with Nancy Sinatra’s daughter AJ Lambert.


The band’s first single, ‘Pika’, is about a “compulsive appetite for substances considered outside the admittedly consumable, ice, hair, metal realm”.

speaking of track Brooklyn Vegetarian, he continued: “We wanted to focus on this attribution of the ‘unacceptable’ attribute – this creation of unusual value connections between objects.”

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