The Dead Daisies are “chomping at the bit to head back to the UK”, and the lineup of Glenn Hughes, Doug Aldrich, David Lowy and Tommy Clufetos will hit Birmingham on 30 October 2021 on a tour, Like No Other, on the start of eight dates.
Doug Aldrich is looking forwards to the tour, telling us, “getting back to the UK will be a dream for us after such a long break.”
The band will be launching a new signing initiative, where thirty fans will get to meet the band. There will be a virtual queue at each venue. Fans should arrive early to join the queue, with the band mindful of keeping everyone safe.
Recently, The Dead Daisies released a short film for their hit single Like No Other, which you can watch below.
The band have just release Saving Grace, taken from their chart-topping album Holy Ground, which MetalTalk described as “an explosive album packed with big choruses, bigger riffs and enough energy to power a small city.”
“I’m excited about Saving Grace, more than any other track,” Doug Aldrich said. “The band sounds so tight. Getting back to the UK will be a dream for us after such a long break. Come and say hi. We can’t wait to rock out with all of you.”
Support comes from The Quireboys, apart from the Cardiff date, which will feature Gun.