By Scott Munro
The Darkness will play a total of 24 dates across the US and Canada this spring in support of their latest album Easter Is Cancelled.
The Darkness have announced plans to tour across North America this spring.
The band have lined up a total of 24 shows, kicking off at Edmonton’s Union Hall on April 13 and concluding with a set at Chicago’s Park West on May 23.
The Darkness have organised the tour in support of their latest studio albumEaster Is Cancelled, which launched last year through Cooking Vinyl.
The news comes as Justin Hawkins, Dan Hawkins, Frankie Poullain and Rufus Taylor prepare for their upcoming European tour, which begins later this month.
Last weekend, vocalist and guitarist Justin appeared on popular ITV show The Masked Singer dressed as a chameleon – and performed Cyndi Lauper’s True Colors and Portugal. The Man’s Feel It Still. In an earlier episode, the chameleon had performed Radiohead‘s Creep.
The band also recently released a video for their single In Another Life which starred TV personality and model, Abbey Clancy.