The Gaslight Anthem has announced a very special series of shows celebrating the 10th anniversary of their milestone second studio album, The ’59 Sound.

Released by SideOneDummy Records on August 19th, 2008, The ’59 Sound featured classics like “Old White Lincoln”, “Great Expectations” and the worldwide smash title track. The album is fuelled by heroic hooks, huge choruses, and lead vocalist-guitarist-songwriter Brian Fallon’s masterful chronicles of love, loss, and the broken-hearted, of summers gone and dreams still to be met.

The New Jersey-based rock band will travel North America and Europe performing the album in its entirety, with four shows in the UK including a night at London’s Eventim Apollo Hammersmith on July 20th.

Fan pre-sale begins January 30th (password: 59SOUND), with all remaining tickets to be released to the general public on February 2nd. For complete details and ticket information, please visit: www.thegaslightanthem.com.

Gaslight Anthem UK Tour Dates:

JULY

20 – London, UK – Eventim Apollo Hammersmith (w/ The Flatliners, Matthew Ryan)

23 – Dublin, IR – Vicar Street (w/ The Flatliners, Matthew Ryan)

24 – Glasgow, UK – Barrowland (w/ The Flatliners, Matthew Ryan)

25 – Manchester, UK – Eventim Apollo (w/ The Flatliners, Matthew Ryan)

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