The band’s 1990 debut album will be celebrated next year with a special tour
Ride has announced details of a 2022 UK tour to celebrate the recent 30th anniversary of their debut album Nowhere.
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The record was originally released on October 15, 1990 through Creation Records and included songs including ‘Vapor Trail’ and ‘Kaleidoscope’.
After delays caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the ride will now hit the road in April 2022 to celebrate 30 years of ‘Nowhere’.
Beginning in Sheffield on 21 April, the tour will play in Norwich, Oxford, Bristol, Glasgow, Newcastle and Manchester before concluding in London on 29 April.
Also for those asking: Anywhere and not all catalog albums will be reissued @wichitarecs Next year
— ride (@rideox4) 18 October 2021
See the ride’s upcoming UK tour dates below.
21 – The Foundry, Sheffield
22 – Waterfront, Norwich
23 – O2 Academy, Oxford
24 – Marble Factory, Bristol
26 – SWG3, Glasgow
27 – Boiler Shop, Newcastle
28 – O2 Ritz, Manchester
29 – The Roundhouse, London
Tickets for the 30th anniversary UK tour of the ride ‘Nowhere’ will be available for general sale this Friday (22 October) at 10am BST. Here.
Ride’s albums are set to be reissued by Wichita in 2022, with more details included.
Last week Ride’s Andy Bell released his first album, ‘Pattern Recognition’, under his electronic alias GLOK.
“GLOCK is all about the push and pull between the electronic and the mental in my music,” Bell said of the alter-ego in a statement earlier this year.
Prior to ‘Pattern Recognition’, Bell shared the GLOK track ‘Tories in Prison’ in collaboration with Daniel Avery, Roisin Murphy and Nitzer Ebb for a fundraiser for the Hackney pub The Gun Aid.