*** All original Tickets from the 7th November 2020 will be moved to Saturday the 27th November 2021. We are also excited to let you know we have arranged a second night of the tour due to high demand on the 26th November 2021. Yes 6 hours of NMA ***
NEW MODEL ARMY ANNOUNCE 40th ANNIVERSARY SHOWS!
(London, 11 February 2020) In celebration of their 40th year in music, New Model Army have announced shows at London’s Roundhouse on Saturday 28 November 2020 and Nottingham’s Rock City on 7 November 2020, playing a special three-hour set featuring songs spanning their career.
Tickets go on sale on Friday 14 February at 10am via www.myticket.co.uk.
New Model Army played their first gig in their hometown of Bradford on October 23rd 1980, their beginnings inspired by Northern Soul, Punk Rock and the incendiary atmosphere of the times. Led by frontman and songwriter Justin Sullivan, this was the start of a remarkable journey, which, 40 years on, has seen New Model Army develop a fervent worldwide fanbase and reach multiple milestones of both creative and commercial success.
Members have changed over the years and musical styles have evolved but at the heart of the band Justin has remained, along with a distinct and sincere belief in the power of music to inspire and effect change on a personal and political scale, both locally and globally.
With the band’s hugely acclaimed albums ‘Between Dog And Wolf’ (2013) and ‘Winter’ (2016) bringing renewed critical appreciation, chart success and an ever-growing audience of new fans to join the legion of faithful devotees, New Model Army released ‘From Here’ in August 2019 followed by a mammoth UK & European tour visiting 11 countries.
“Their finest ever…. nothing short of astonishing” 9/10 Vive Le Rock (From Here)
From Here was recorded in early 2019 on the tiny Norwegian island of Giske at the beautiful Ocean Sound Recordings studio and reflects the spectacular isolation of that environment yet has profound messages for the world we all live in and the times we are experiencing. The album gave the band their highest ever chart positions – entering the Top 20 in the UK and the Top 10 in Germany.