Indie rock band Everything Everything are headlining The Nick Rayns LCR in Norwich

PUBLISHED: 18:06 28 November 2017 | UPDATED: 18:06 28 November 2017

Everything Everything. Photo: Andrew Whitton

Everything Everything. Photo: Andrew Whitton

� Andrew Whitton 2017

Indie rock band Everything Everything are coming to Norwich on March 2, 2018 to headline The Nick Rayns LCR.

The band have already seen success this year performing a secret show at Glastonbury Festival as well as instantly selling out four UK shows in the build up to the release of their newest album ‘A Fever Dream’.

Released on August 18, the album was produced by James Ford and is the band’s third consecutive Top 10 album after ‘Arc’ and ‘Get to Heaven’.

Met with critical acclaim across the board, it firmly cements their reputation as one of the most cherished and important bands of their generation.

The album has been described as “sublime”, “playful”, “infectious” and “imaginative” by various established critics.

Everything Everything’s UK tour kicks off in February 2018 at Dublin Olympia before culminating on March 10 at one of London’s most prestigious venues, Alexandra Palace.

This final show will see them play to the biggest headline crowd of their career, following previous sold-out shows at London’s iconic Brixton Academy, Royal Albert Hall and Somerset House.

Tickets for the Norwich show are available for £19.50 from the UEA Box Office and from their website for the rest of their tour.

UK tour dates:

February 28 - Olympia Theatre in Dublin

March 02 - The Nick Rayns LCR in Norwich

March 03 - O2 Academy in Birmingham

March 05 - Colston Hall in Bristol

March 06 - O2 Academy in Leeds

March 08 - Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow

March 09 - O2 Apollo in Manchester

March 10 - Alexandra Palace in London

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