Orpheum Theatre | Boston, Massachusetts
Belle and Sebastian have just announced a string of tour dates across North America for 2024. Many of these were from events that were canceled this year when member Stuart Murdoch needed time to recover from his illness. If you’re a fan from Boston, Massachusetts, you’re in luck because the band is headed straight your way. Keep reading for more details about the upcoming show!
The indie pop band will bring a live performance to the Orpheum Theatre Boston on Saturday, the 27th of April, 2024. So, mark your calendars and save the date because this is a show you would not want to miss out on. Jam out to all their best hits, including some from their recent back-to-back albums Late Developers and A Bit of Previous.
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In case you haven’t guessed what's brewing - Belle and Sebastian are hitting North America with a bang in 2024! These Scottish legends are bringing their tunes to your ears next April and May, and the supporting acts are no joke – it's either The Weather Station or Haley Heynderickx, depending on which show you catch. For the show in Boston, they will be joined by Canadian folk band The Weather Station. Some of their most notable songs include “Robber,” “Tried to Tell You,” and “To Talk About.”
And if you missed the memo, Belle and Sebastian dropped their latest album, "Late Developers," in January via Matador. It's the cool companion to their 2022 release, "A Bit of Previous album." These guys don't mess around – they took a quick tour hiatus earlier this year, giving frontman Stuart Murdoch the time he needed for some R&R due to health stuff.
In June, they joined forces with Suki Waterhouse to gift fans with a sweet new track, "Every Day's a Lesson in Humility." The song was released as part of the Sub Pop Singles Club.
"A Bit of Previous" marked their first full-length album in seven years – and it was worth the wait. But, of course, they kept busy with EPs, soundtracks, live albums, you name it. From "Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance" in 2015 to the interconnected EPs of "How to Solve Your Human Problems" in 2017-2018, they've been on a roll. And let's not forget the soundtrack for "Days of the Bagnold Summer" in 2019 and the live album, "What to Look for in Summer," in 2020.
It’s safe to say that all fans are bound to have an unforgettable time when this indie pop band performs live. So, when they land in Boston, you better be sure not to miss out on seeing them live. It’s not often that the band comes to America for a huge tour - you need to come and see this!
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