July 5, 2024

DeWolff have added six new UK dates into their existing European Odyssey:

12 April – Stereo, Glasgow
13 April – Deaf Institute, Manchester
15 April – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
16 April – The Fleece, Bristol
17 April – O2 Academy, Oxford
18 April – Garage, London

 
Tickets are available HERE

New Album Love, Death & In Between out now Via Mascot Records
 
“Super retro mesh of guitars, organ, brass blasts and gospelly harmonies. Tasty.” Classic Rock
“An outstanding release, something for any music lover.” Blues Matters
“They take you on musical adventures that is majestic and magical.” Fireworks
“Great band, great songs, great musicianship.” Guitar Techniques, Album of the Month 10/10
“DeWolff just keep hitting the heights, then taking that bat higher. It must be stratospheric by now.” Powerplay 10/10

After a high-octane start to the year, DeWolff is charging head first into the summer festival circuit before they head out on an intensive headline tour from December through to May, calling through The Netherlands, Sweden, Belgium, France, Spain, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, and the UK. You can get tickets HERE.


 
The enchanting psychedelic soul n’rollers will be heading to festivals ahead of the tour to rapture crowds at South Ocean Festival (Sweden), Rock-On Festival (Netherlands), Bospop (Netherlands), Open Air Blues Festival (Romania), Zwarte Cross (The Netherlands), Trebur Open Air (Germany),  Rockwood (Belgium), Cropredy (UK), Finkenbach (Germany), Motocultor (France), Slottuin Zeist (The Netherlands), Gevarenwinkel (Belgium) and Promising Crossroads (Netherlands).


 They’re fast becoming a formidable live favourite in the UK following their October 2023 tour with Jared James Nichols and their first-ever headline tour in the UK in March this year.  They own club stages that they prowl on a nightly basis in the same way they transform festival stages into their own congregation through a charismatic, intense and communal live spectacle. 
 
Talking about coming back to the UK to play some shows, the band say, “We’re so happy to be playing in the UK again soon! Touring is what really brings our music to life: being on stage, in front of like-minded people, bouncing off each other musically, improvising and letting that inspiration flow in real-time is what we live for! And we can’t wait to share it with you, dear UK people!” They continue, “Our first tour in the UK last year was long overdue but it was worth the wait: we had such an amazing time together and we were amazed by the enthusiasm and sheer positive energy with which we were met!”
 
The UK tour will begin on 12 April in Glasgow (Stereo) and then pass through Manchester (Deaf Institute), Nottingham (Rescue Rooms), Bristol (The Fleece), Oxford (O2 Academy), and London (The Garage) on 18 April.

 
Over the last 18 months, they have careered across Europe on headline tours and shows with TOTO and The Black Crowes, playing songs from their most recent album, 2023’s Love, Death & In Between, released on Mascot Records. This album became their first-ever #1 record in their native Netherlands, and birthed the singles “Heart Stopping Kinda Show,” “Will o’ The Wisp,” “Night Train,” and the sprawling “Rosita.”
 
In that time they have celebrated a nomination for an Edison Award (The Dutch Grammy’s) for their album ‘Double Cream’ with The Dawn Brothers, along with a ton of heavy-duty touring, including performances at Paaspop, Roadburn, Pinkpop, North Sea Jazz Festival, Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea III Mediterranean cruise and released the live album ‘Live & Outta Sight 3’. On top of that, they also received the ‘Gouden Notekraker’ this year, the prize that -after nomination and election by colleagues- is awarded to the artist/band with the most special and influential live performances of the past season – Watch the performance HERE. 
 
Last year, they travelled to Muscle Shoals, Alabama, to record songs for their new album, so expect some tasty new delights. More news to come….
 
For the full European tour dates, visit www.dewolff.nu