This year marks the tenth anniversary of Metronomy’s landmark album ‘The English Riviera’.
To celebrate the album’s double digits birthday, Metronomy members Anna Prior, Oscar Cash, Olugbenga Adelekan and NZCA LINES have remixed their favourite album tracks.
These have been released this week as ‘The English Riviera (2021 Band Remixes)’ EP.
Anna Prior has taken remix duties for ‘Everything Goes My Way’, Olugbenga Adelekan for ‘Trouble’, NZCA LINES for ‘We Broke Free’, and Oscar Cash for ‘She Wants’.
The tenth anniversary edition of ‘The English Riviera’ is also out now, including previously unheard Metronomy tracks ‘Picking Up For You’ and ‘Friends’. It also includes an MGMT remix of ‘The Look’ and a Mr Mitch remix of ‘The Bay’.
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The band have also added a slew of new dates to their UK and EU 2022 tour, including 12 new shows along the English Riviera itself to play in Torquay and end up in London’s Alexandra Palace.
See below for a full list of their 2022 tour dates and the band’s remixes from ‘The English Riviera’.
METRONOMY UK / EU 2022 TOUR DATES
Tuesday 1 March - Hard Club - Porto, Portugal (new show)
Wednesday 2 March - Coliseu de Lisboa - Lisbon, Portugal
Friday 4 March - La Riviera - Madrid, Spain
Saturday 5 March - Sala Moon - Valencia, Spain (new show)
Sunday 6 March - Razzmatazz 1 - Barcelona, Spain
Tuesday 8 March - Les Docks - Lausanne, Switzerland
Wednesday 9 March - Alcatraz - Milan, Italy
Thursday 10 March - Kaufleuten - Zurich, Switzerland (new venue)
Friday 11 March - Neue Theaterfabrik - Munich, Germany (new show)
Sunday 13 March - Kino Šiška - Ljubljana, Slovenia
Monday 14 March - Gasometer - Vienna, Austria
Tuesday 15 March - Akvárium Klub - Budapest, Hungary
Thursday 17 March - Reithalle Strasse E -Dresden, Germany
Friday 18 March - Progresja - Warsaw, Poland
Saturday 19 March - Tama - Poznan, Poland
Sunday 20 March - Tama, Poznan, Poland
Tuesday 22 March - Roxy - Prague, Czech Republic
Wednesday 23 March - Columbiahalle - Berlin, Germany (new show)
Friday 25 March - Markthalle - Hamburg, Germany (new show)
Saturday 26 March - Carlswerk Victoria - Cologne, Germany (new show)
Monday 28 March - Alte Feuerwache - Mannheim, Germany
Tuesday 29 March - TivoliVredenburg - Utrecht, Netherlands (new show)
Thursday 31 March - Den Atelier - Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Friday 1 April - La Laiterie - Strasbourg, France (new show)
Sunday 3 April - Ancienne Belgique - Brussels, Belgium
Monday 4 April - Zénith Arena, Lille, France
Tuesday 5 April - Le Liberté - Rennes, France
Wednesday 6 April - Le Zenith, Paris, France (new show)
Friday 8 April - Zénith Sud - Montpellier, France
Sunday 10 April - Zorlu PAC - Istanbul, Turkey
Friday 22 April - Barrowland - Glasgow, UK (new show)
Saturday 23 April - O2 Academy - Leeds, UK (new show)
Sunday 24 April - Boiler Shop - Newcastle, UK (new show)
Tuesday 26 April - Olympia Theatre - Dublin, Ireland (new show)
Wednesday 27 April - O2 Academy - Liverpool, UK (new show)
Thursday 28 April - Academy - Manchester, UK (new show)
Saturday 30 April - O2 Academy - Birmingham, UK (new show)
Sunday 1 May - Tramshed - Cardiff, UK (new show)
Tuesday 3 May - The Foundry - Torquay, UK (new show)
Wednesday 4 May - O2 Academy - Bristol, UK (new show)
Thursday 5 May - O2 Academy - Oxford, UK (new show)
Saturday 7 May - Alexandra Palace - London, UK (new show)
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