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SiM returning to Europe with headlining World Tour

SiM embarked on their first world tour this year and stopped for a few dates in Europe as well, supporting Nothing More as well as Electric Callboy. Now, they will be back in November for the European tour leg of their headlining SiM “PLAYDEAD” WORLD TOUR, which already brought SiM to North America in April and May.
And let me tell you: Europe is in for a treat! Although the concerts early this year were the first time for SiM coming to Europe, I’ve rarely seen a crowd that active and involved during the opening act. Not only did the crowd lose it completely during the well-known Attack on Titan songs Under the Tree and The Rumbling, the band managed to keep everyone on a high as soon as DO THE DANCE hit. Quite a few people didn’t even stay to see the headliner but rather left the venue, gasping for air and visibly full of joy after SiM finished their set. Even I, who never particularly cared about SiM, was absolutely hooked by their live presence. It was amazing!
SiM’s 6th studio album PLAYDEAD
SiM’s 6th studio album PLAYDEAD

I rarely see bands with such astonishing live qualities. And while they promised to be back in Europe soon, I didn’t expect them to return so soon. Luckily, I was wrong. So, do yourself a favor and don’t miss out on them!

Tour Dates SiM “PLAYDEAD” WORLD TOUR European Tour Leg

11/12 – Engine Rooms, Southampton, UK
11/13 – The Globe, Cardiff, UK
11/15 – Academy 3, Manchester, UK
11/17 – The Key Club, Leeds, UK
11/18 – The Garage, Glasgow, UK
11/20 – O2 Institute 3, Birmingham, UK
11/21 – Electric Brixton, London, UK
11/23 – Élysée Montmartre, Paris, France
11/25 – Kantine, Cologne, Germany
11/26 – Hole 44, Berlin, Germany
11/27 – Grünspan, Hamburg, Germany
11/30 – Tivoli Vredenburg Pandora, Utrecht, Netherlands
12/01 – Reflektor, Liege, Belgium

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Vincent Meißner

Vincent is our library when it comes to most things related to music. He’s always open for new musical input and loves the unconventional as much as he enjoys well-made conventional music. He is writing for EN.CORE ROCKS and recommends fantastic releases through his project VA’s Record Radar!