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Instrumental masters POLYPHIA have announced an extensive UK / European tour, kicking off 9th February 2020.

Touring in support of new album New Levels New Devils and also latest single 'Look But Don’t Touch', catch them on the following dates:

09/2 - The Belfast Empire Music Hall, Belfast, United Kingdom
11/2 - Gorilla, Manchester, United Kingdom
12/2 - Saint Luke's, Glasgow, United Kingdom
13/2 - The Mill, Digbeth, Birmingham, United Kingdom
14/2 - Trinity Centre, Bristol, United Kingdom
15/2 - O2 Academy Islington, London, United Kingdom
17/2 - GEBÄUDE 9, Köln, Germany
18/2 - Alter Schlachthof, Wiesbaden, Germany
19/2 - Muffatwerk, München, Germany
20/2 - Naumanns (Felsenkeller Leipzig), Leipzig-thekla, Germany
21/2 - Cassiopeia, Berlin, Germany
22/2 - Bahnhof Pauli (Klubhaus St. Pauli), Hamburg-nord, Germany
25/2 - Trix Bar, Antwerpen, Belgium

Check out 'Look But Don’t Touch', featuring LA-based singer Lewis Grant, here: https://youtu.be/J7aAKMzi4zw

Purchase / stream here: polyphia.lnk.to/LBDT and https://polyphia.lnk.to/nlnd

New Levels New Devils reached #27 in the UK Progressive Music Chart and landed hard on the US Billboard charts, hitting #1 on Independent Albums, #2 on Current Alternative, #3 on Vinyl, #4 on Current Rock, #6 on Digital and #61 on the Top 200. The band also achieved 27 million streams on Spotify in 2018.

The record features guests from all over the map including singer-songwriter Cuco, guitarists Ichika, Mateus Asato, Jason Richardson, Erick Hansel and Mario Camarena from Chon, and Yvette Young from Covet. New Levels New Devils also marked a shift into uncharted territory where the band further blurred the lines of genre by partnering with Y2K (Killy, Yung Bans) and Judge (Migos & Marshmello, Young Thug) to help produce the majority of the tracks. Since the album release, POLYPHIA have been playing sold out shows across the US, Asia, and the UK as well as their first shows in India. The start of the new year also brought the announcement of signature Ibanez guitars for both Tim Henson and Scott LePage, solidifying their places as modern guitar gods.