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The Night Cafe Announce Debut Album & Biggest UK Tour

“The Night Café prove they’ve got the chops to go the distance. Brooding, but still dazzlingly catchy.” – NME

The Night Café have announced their debut album ‘0151’, set for release August 23rd via AWAL Recordings. 

‘0151’ has been a long time in the making for the Liverpool four piece, and comes in the wake of two sonically vast, highly acclaimed EP’s – 2017’s ‘Get Away From The Feeling’ and 2018’s ‘Bunkbed’, which amassed over 30 million streams.

To celebrate the announcement, the band have also shared new tracks ‘Please’ and ‘Turn’, which are available to stream here. The tracks follow The Night Cafe’s comeback single ‘Endless Lovers’, which offered the first taste of the group’s development and the first signs of what fans can expect from the record.

Today also sees The Night Cafe announce a huge UK headline tour for September/October 2019. The run of dates will feature the band’s biggest hometown show to date at Olympia Liverpool, and a massive show at London’s Electric Ballroom. Over the coming months the band will be storming a series of festivals including Community, Reading and Leeds and Sounds of the City.

Fans pre-ordering 0151 from the band webstore will gain early access to pre-sale tickets from 10th May to 16th May before the general on sale on the 17th.The full list of dates can be seen below, and tickets can be purchased here.


24 – Dot to Dot – Manchester
25 – Dot to Dot – Bristol
26 – Dot to Dot – Nottingham


30 – Community Festival 2019 – Finsbury Park, London


6 – Sounds of the City – Castlefield Bowl, Manchester


23/24 – Reading and Leeds Festival


21 – The Academy, Dublin
22 – McHughs Basement Bar, Belfast
25 – The Waterfront, Norwich
26 – The O2 Institute, Birmingham
27 – The Tramshed, Cardiff
28 – SWX Bristol, Bristol
30 – O2 Academy Oxford, Oxford


01 – Sub 89, Reading
03 – 1865, Southampton
04 – Electric Ballroom, London
05 – Electric Ballroom, London
07 – The Junction, Cambridge
08 – Rock City, Nottingham
09 – The Albert Hall, Manchester
12 – The Plug, Sheffield
13 – Riverside, Newcastle
15 – The Tunnels, Aberdeen
16 – SWG3, Glasgow
17 – Stylus, Leeds
18 – Olympia, Liverpool