Supergrass to Embark on a Tour After Decade-Long Hiatus

Supergrass in concert in 2008. Photo by John Rahim/Shutterstock (4928342n)

English rockers Supergrass will be hitting the road again soon. The band, which recently reformed after a decade-long hiatus, just announced that they will perform a string of shows in United Kingdom, Europe and North America in 2020.

The tour kicks off on February 4th with a show in Paris, after which the band will perform in Brussels and Amsterdam, before heading to the UK. Supergrass is scheduled to play in Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham and London until early March, before coming to the United States for April 1st show in Los Angeles, and April 9th show in New York.

Check out the full dates for the tour below. 

“Everything aligned for us to make this happen for 2020,” said Supergrass’ drummer Danny Goffey. “It was the first time that we collectively felt the buzz to get back in a room together and play the songs. We’re extremely excited to get out there and bring a bit of Supergrass joy to all our fans… and their extended families.”

The band won’t be getting back in the studio anytime soon, but they have a new release prepared for their fans. Besides the tour announcement, the group also revealed that they will be releasing a box set titled Supergrass: The Strange Ones 1994 – 2008 on January 24th.

The collection, which will also mark the 25th anniversary of their debut album I Should Coco, will contain all six of Supergrass’ studio albums as well as unreleased songs, rarities, demos, outtakes, acoustic versions of the tracks and much more.