Don Broco head out on a huge tour of the UK in December 2015, following the release of Automatic.
Don Broco UK December tour
Updated: 19 August 2015
This December sees the rock four-piece Don Broco embark on a massive tour of the UK, following the release of their new album Automatic.
The band previously confirmed a gig at London’s O2 Academy Brixton, which will now form the end of their 2015 tour. Don Broco will play shows in Cardiff, Sheffield, Edinburgh, Leeds, Exeter, Nottingham, Manchester and Wolverhampton.
The band’s tour supports Automatic, which is the band’s second album. The collection saw the group storm the UK charts. The album peaked at No.3.
After Don Broco headlined 2015’s Kerrang! tour and released Automatic, a ticket to see Don Broco this December is more than a necessity. The group are known for their brilliant live sets in which frontman Rob Damiani pulls out all the stops.
About Don Broco
The alternative rockers, who hail from Bedford, have played at the UK’s biggest music festivals, toured with the who’s who of the rock industry and have earned a reputation for putting on amazing live shows.
Don Broco signed with Search and Destroy Records (a Sony Music company) in 2012. The group went on to release their debut album, Priorities, during the same year. Priorities spawned the singles Hold On, Whole Truth and, the title track, Priorities.
The group – who are Rob Damiani (vocals), Simon Delaney (guitar), Matt Donnelly (drums) and Tom Doyle (bass guitar) – have toured with You Me At Six, The Used, Billy Talent and Enter Shikari.
The four-piece have performed at many of the UK’s major festivals from Download and Sonisphere, to Reading and Leeds Festival where they performed on the main stage.
The band embarked on their first headline tour of the UK in 2013. The tour was a huge success with Don Broco tickets selling out for the February leg of their live dates. Confirming their status as an incredible live band, Don Broco headlined the 2015 Kerrang! tour. They were supported by Bury Tomorrow and Beartooth.