SPANISH LOVE SONGS announce European shows for early 2024

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The critically-acclaimed album ‘No Joy’ is out now via Pure Noise Records, and Spanish Love Songs have shared some great news for their European fans. Check out their rundown of their Winter 2024 European tour dates, spanning cities from Southampton to Utrecht.

Described as a vital emotional outlet for disillusioned millennials by Upset Magazine, and lauded by Rodeo Magazine for their unique sonic brilliance, Spanish Love Songs has unveiled plans for a headline tour across the UK and Europe in Winter 2024. This tour aims to bring their latest album ‘No Joy’ to life on stages across various cities.

Currently basking in global praise, ‘No Joy’ positions the band at the cutting edge of both the emotive punk and alternative music scenes. They have already experienced sold-out shows on their current tour with Hot Mulligan.

Dylan Slocum, the band’s lead vocalist, expresses the band’s excitement, saying, “We’re ecstatic about revisiting some of our most cherished locations. It’s high time we fully brought ‘No Joy’ to the live stage.”

‘No Joy’ showcases a broad sonic palette that ranges from shimmering guitar choruses to resonant synths, all underpinned by a robust rhythmic section. The album is not so much a turbulent sequel to their previous work as it is a moment of reflection. It captures the band members—comprising Dylan Slocum, Meredith Van Woert, Kyle McAulay, Trevor Dietrich, and Ruben Duarte—settling into a more subdued and contemplative space.

The band self-produced the album, with Collin Pastore and Carlos de la Garza contributing to its production and mixing respectively. ‘No Joy‘ carries forward the group’s thematic legacy, tackling the complexities of modern living with a blend of skepticism and hopeful introspection.

Since their inception in 2013, Spanish Love Songs has built a loyal following through their earlier albums like 2015’s ‘Giant Sings The Blues,’ 2018’s ‘Schmaltz,’ and 2020’s ‘Brave Faces Everyone.’ These albums have been uniformly praised for their brutally honest lyrics, which delve into existential anxieties and societal observations, earning them a reputation for unfiltered emotional expression.


13 January 2024 – Engine Rooms Southampton United Kingdom
14 January 2024 – Waterfront Upstairs Norwich United Kingdom
16 January 2024 – The Bodega Nottingham United Kingdom
17 January 2024 – The Garage Glasgow United Kingdom
19 January 2024 – Stylus Leeds United Kingdom
20 January 2024 – Club Academy Manchester United Kingdom
21 January 2024 – District Liverpool United Kingdom
23 January 2024 – Clwb Ifor Bach Cardiff United Kingdom
24 January 2024 – The Fleece Bristol United Kingdom
26 January 2024 – O2 Institute 2 Birmingham United Kingdom
27 January 2024 – Electric Ballroom London United Kingdom
28 January 2024 – Chalk Brighton United Kingdom
30 January 2024 – Kavka Antwerp Belgium
31 January 2024 – Gebäude 9 Cologne Germany
Fri 2 February 2024 – Bahnhof Pauli Hamburg Germany
3 February 2024 – Badehaus Berlin Germany
4 February 2024 – Backstage Club Munich Germany
6 February 2024 – Arena Wien (Small Hall) Vienna Austria
8 February 2024 – Exil Zurich Switzerland
9 February 2024 – Oetinger Villa Darmstadt Germany
10 February 2024 – De Helling Utrecht Netherlands

Karol Kamiński

DIY rock music enthusiast and web-zine publisher from Warsaw, Poland. Supporting DIY ethics, local artists and promoting hardcore punk, rock, post rock and alternative music of all kinds via IDIOTEQ online channels.
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