[News] Elder add Steak to their EU and UK tour

US Heavy Prog band Elder have announced a run. of UK live dates for November, 2023 taking in Bristol, Brighton, London, Glasgow, Leeds and Manchester. It will be the US quartet’s first return to these shores since they played at EartH in London with Pallbearer in November 2022.

Elder released their most recent album, the acclaimed “Innate Passage” through Stickman Records in November.

We are thrilled to be welcoming back forever-favourites Elder for six UK shows this November, in support of their incredible new album Innate Passage,” exclaim promoters Desertscene London. “The genre-bending progressive quintet will be joined by Norway’s Slomosa on the UK dates.

We are pleased to announce that since our last tour announcement, our good friends STEAK will be joining us for our UK dates as well!” – Elder

Purchase tickets here: https://dice.fm/bundles/elder-d5o6?

27.10.2023 – Erfurt (DE), Bandhaus
28.10.2023 – Hamburg (DE), Lazy Bonez Festival*
29.10.2023 – Copenhagen (DK), Pumpehuset*
31.10.2023 – Amersfoort (NL), Fluor*
01.11.2023 – Oberhausen (DE), Kulttempel*
02.11.2023 – Nijmegen (NL), Doornroosje*
03.11.2023 – Leuven (BE), Het Depot*
04.11.2023 – Paris (FR), La Maroquinerie*
05.11.2023 – Lille (FR), Black Lab*
07.11.2023 – Bristol (UK), The Fleece*†
08.11.2023 – Brighton (UK), Patterns*†
09.11.2023 – London (UK), Electric Ballroom*†
10.11.2023 – Glasgow (UK), Slay*†
11.11.2023 – Leeds (UK), Brudenell Social Club*†
12.11.2023 – Manchester (UK), Gorilla*†
14.11.2023 – Frankfurt (DE), Nachtleben†
15.11.2023 – Düdingen (CH), Bad Bonn†
16.11.2023 – Munich (DE), Hansa 39†
17.11.2023 – Dresden (DE), Chemiefabrik†
18.11.2023 – Berlin (DE), Hole 44†

* = with SLOMOSA
† = with STEAK

Read our Review of their album “Innate Passage” here: https://progrockjournal.com/review-elder-innate-passage/

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Author: Jacopo Vigezzi

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