Following the release of their latest album 13 Voices, legendary Canadian pop-punk band Sum 41 are set to return to UK soil once again for their Don’t Call It a Sum-Back Tour.
The group, currently signed to Hopeless Records, are a five piece that broke into the pop-punk rock music scene in the late 90s. With early hits such as ‘Fat Lip’ and ‘In Too Deep’ gaining them major mainstream success early on in their career, the band have gone on to be nominated for multiple awards within the music industry, winning Juno Award ‘Rock Album of the Year’ in 2005 for their album Chuck.
With such immense success over the years the band, who are currently touring North America, have revealed that they will be returning to the UK during their tour of Europe in 2017. With general sale tickets released 9am on 14th October, UK fans will have the chance to see them perform in cities including London and Bristol, as well as Southampton, where they will be playing at the O2 Guildhall 6th March.
Fans can expect the band to perform some of their earlier classic hits as well as released singles from 13 Voices such as ‘God Save Us All (Death To POP)’.
Tickets go on sale here tomorrow (14th October) at 9am.