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News: Barenaked Ladies release new album ‘In Flight’ and announce 2024 UK Tour

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Famed Canadian rockers Barenaked Ladies have today released their highly anticipated new album In Flight and announced a UK Tour for April 2024.

The much-loved, multi-Platinum band are also celebrating a pair of significant career milestones; today’s date of September 15 marks the 25th anniversary of the release of BNL’s chart-dominating, pop-culture-defining smash, “One Week”, while October 1 will mark the 35th anniversary of the band’s first ever live show in Toronto, an event being commemorated by an exclusive winners-only event in their home city, presented by SiriusXM.

Brimming with 14 vibrant tracks, In Flight, the band’s 18th studio album, seamlessly captures the hallmark playfulness and astute observation that have earned BNL global renown, and artfully juxtaposes those signature elements against a contemplative, philosophical backdrop, converging into a resounding impression of growth and wisdom gained. Stand-out singles include “Lovin’ Life,” “One Night,” and today’s “What Do We Need?”,which explores the band’s journey as Barenaked Ladies through the years, reminiscing on what they’ve achieved while looking forward to what the future may hold.

BNL will be making their long-awaited return to the UK in April of 2024 for their “In Flight UK Tour 2024”. Drummer Tyler Stewart comments: “From Edinburgh in the north to Brighton down south, we’re coming back to rock the UK. Barenaked Ladies always love playing in Ol’ Blighty, and this time, Manchester, it’ll be more than just Ed and Tyler! Our In Flight UK Tour 2024 will feature tasty new songs from the album and of course, a whole slew of BNL hits spanning 35 years. So come on Subjects! It’s time to ring in spring with your favourite Canadians, Barenaked Ladies. We look forward to seeing your happy faces.”

Barenaked Ladies “In Flight UK Tour 2024”
Thursday 4 April Bristol, Beacon
Friday 5 April London, Eventim Apollo
Saturday 6 April Wolverhampton, The Halls
Monday 8 April Brighton, Brighton Dome Corn Exchange
Tuesday 9 April Cambridge, Corn Exchange
Thursday 11 April Manchester, Albert Hall
Friday 12 April Glasgow, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Sunday 14 April York, York Barbican
Monday 15 April Edinburgh, Assembly Rooms