After the release of their latest record, the rock band Snow Patrol has begun to reveal more tour dates. promising the announcement of more shows in the future.

This past May, the band performed in the UK and Ireland, and will wrap-up their European tour in Spain this July after hitting Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, and Portugal. They are also scheduled to perform at a few music festivals, including Belgium’s Rock Werchter, Portugal’s Nos Alive, and Spain’s Mad Cool Festival.

Today, Snow Patrol announced more dates in the fall after a month-long break. They will pick back up  on December 5 in Newcastle, and continue across the UK in Dublin, London, and a handful of other cities before wrapping-up next January 31 in Glasgow. Although these are the only dates as of right now, the band claimed in a tweet that more dates will be announced. Fans are left wondering: Is this a world tour?

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After seven years, Snow Patrol is back with Wildness, their seventh studio album. The LP offers singles “Empress,” “What If This Is All The Love You Ever Get?,” “Life On Earth,” and “Don’t Give In.” The band, best-known for their smash-hit “Chasing Cars,” is led by lead vocalist and frontman Gary Lightbody. He explained in an interview with the Irish publication that Wildness is more intense than former albums, focusing on songs about addiction, loneliness, and his father’s dementia.

Check out the full list of tour dates below and visit Ticket Club to find tickets to a show this year and early 2019. 

Snow Patrol Tour Dates 2018

June 2 — Nurburg, Germany @ Rock AM Park
June 3 — Nurburg, Germany @ Rock IM Park
June 15 — Landgraaf, Netherlands @ Megaland
July 6 — Werchter, Belgium @ Rock Werchter
July 12 —Lisbon, Portugal @ Nos Alive
July 13 — Madrid, Spain @ Mad Cool Festival
December 5 — Newcastle, England @ Metro Radio Arena
December 7 — Belfast, Northern Ireland @ The SSE Arena
December 11 — Dublin, Ireland @ 3Arena
January 25 — Birmingham, England @ Birmingham Arena
January 26 — London, England @ O2 Arena
January 29 — Leeds, England @ First Direct Arena
January 30 — Manchester, England @ Manchester Arena
January 31 — Glasgow, England @ The SSE Hydro