NEWS: Wolf Alice Announce Live Screening Premier Of Blue Weekend Short Film + Acoustic Performance

WOLF ALICE have announced a cinematic premiere of the short film for their forthcoming third album, BLUE WEEKEND. The premiere will take place on Thursday 10 June at Picturehouse Central in Soho, London. There will be two screenings – at 18.30 and 20.45 – and the band will be performing a special acoustic set before each one for attendees. The premiere is set to be a celebration of BLUE WEEKEND which is released on Friday 4 June via Dirty Hit. For tickets please click here.

On the film, WOLF ALICE say: “Last winter we began making a visual feast for your eyes. Set on a night out, we wanted to bring the music of Blue Weekend to life with this beautiful film directed by Jordan Hemingway. Pints and ciggies have never looked this good. This was an amazing experience and we really hope you enjoy it as much as we do. Thank you to our incredible team.

Directed by Jordan Hemingway (Gucci, Raf Simons, Comme Des Garcons), director of videos for the previous tracks The Last Man on Earth, Smile and No Hard Feelings, the album-length film explores the camaraderie, nights out and relationships that form the backbone of BLUE WEEKEND.

It has been a busy period for WOLF ALICE, one that has solidified their status as one of Britain’s most beloved bands. The band recently launched a collaboration with Bleach London for their new limited-edition hair dye - - bundled with cassette of BLUE WEEKEND; were named as the Friday headliner of Latitude 2021, their largest festival headline show to date; and graced the cover of the Evening Standard Magazine. In May, they opened the Live A Worthy Farm livestream with a stirring performance at Glastonbury’s Stone Circle.

In 2022 the band are heading out on a full UK and Ireland tour, with the majority of shows sold out within hours. A number of news shows have now been added.


Wed 05 GLASGOW Barrowland (Extra Date)

Fri 07 GLASGOW Barrowland (Sold Out)

Sat 08 GLASGOW Barrowland (Sold Out)

Sun 09 NEWCASTLE O2 City Hall (Sold Out)

Mon 10 NORWICH UEA (Sold Out)

Wed 12 MANCHESTER O2 Apollo (Sold Out)

Thu 13 MANCHESTER O2 Apollo (Extra Date)

Fri 14 SHEFFIELD O2 Academy (Sold Out)

Sat 15 LIVERPOOL University (Sold Out)

Tue 18 LONDON Eventim Apollo (Sold Out)

Wed 19 LONDON Eventim Apollo (Extra Date)

Sat 22 SOUTHAMPTON O2 Guildhall (Sold Out)

Sun 23 BEXHILL-ON-SEA De La Warr Pavilion (Sold Out)

Mon 24 DUBLIN Olympia Theatre (Sold Out)

Tue 25 DUBLIN Olympia Theatre (Sold Out)

Thu 27 BIRMINGHAM O2 Academy (Sold Out)

Fri 28 PLYMOUTH Pavilions

Sun 30 BRISTOL O2 Academy (Sold Out)

Mon 31 BRISTOL O2 Academy (Sold Out)