Having just wrapped their first North American tour since 2019 and a short run of intimate sold out record store shows in the UK, Fontaines D.C. have unveiled a video for their latest single “Roman Holiday”. 
Taken from their new album Skinty Fia, which debuted at #1 on both the UK and Irish Official Album Charts, the track’s 70s heist-inspired video is “the result of attempting to challenge the monarchy and watching too much of The Rockford Files,” according to director Sam Taylor. It captures the band on a road trip with a bear in tow through a retro lens.
The band, who made their NPR Tiny Desk Concert debut during their recent US run of shows, as well as a three song performance on CBS This Morning’s Saturday Sessions and their first in-studio TV performance – at NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers - since the start of the pandemic, have announced a new slew of US dates beginning this September with Primavera Festival in Los Angeles. For this second run of Skinty Fia shows, the Grammy-nominated band will make stops in AtlantaNashvilleBoston + more, before heading onto their highly anticipated UK dates in November.
The new dates will follow an extensive string of EU and UK festival appearances with the band already having played at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend last month, where they also performed their latest single “Roman Holiday” to packed-out crowds — Watch HERE
Full dates below – tickets and more info HERE

Fontaines D.C. on Tour:

JUNE 2022

Sun-June-26  -  Shepton Mallet, UK @ Glastonbury Music Festival

JULY 2022

Sat-Jul-2 – Dublin, Ireland @ Iveagh Gardens [SOLD OUT]
Sun-Jul-3 – Dublin, Ireland @ Iveagh Gardens [SOLD OUT]
Sat-Jul-8 – Lytham St. Anne’s, United Kingdom @ Lytham festival
Sun-Jul-9 – Glasgow, United Kingdom @ TRNSMT
Fri-Jul-15 – London, United Kingdom @ Finsbury Park with Sam Fender
Sun-Jul-24 – Suffolk, United Kingdom @ Latitude Festival


Sat-Aug-27 – Reading, United Kingdom @ Reading Festival
Sun-Aug-28 – Leeds, United Kingdom @ Leeds Festival


Fri-Sep-2 – Stradbally, Ireland @ Electric Picnic Festival


Mon-Nov-7 – Hull, United Kingdom @ Bonus Arena
Tue-Nov-8 – Leeds, United Kingdom @ O2 Academy
Wed-Nov-9 – Leeds, United Kingdom @ O2 Academy
Fri-Nov-11 – Manchester, United Kingdom @ O2 Victoria Warehouse [SOLD OUT]
Sat-Nov-12 – Manchester, United Kingdom @ O2 Victoria Warehouse
Tue-Nov-15 – Stockton, United Kingdom @ Globe
Thur-Nov-17 – Glasgow, United Kingdom @ O2 Academy
Fri-Nov-18 – Glasgow, United Kingdom @ O2 Academy
Sat-Nov-19 – Swansea, United Kingdom @ Swansea Arena
Mon-Nov-21 – Birmingham, United Kingdom @ O2 Academy
Thur-Nov-24 – London, United Kingdom @ Eventim Apollo
Fri-Nov-25 – London, United Kingdom @ Eventim Apollo
Sat-Nov-26 – London, United Kingdom @ Eventim Apollo
Mon-Nov-28 – Edinburgh, United Kingdom @ O2 Academy
Wed-Nov-30 – Dublin, Ireland @ Vicar Street [SOLD OUT]


Thur-Dec-1 – Dublin, Ireland @ Vicar Street [SOLD OUT]
Fri-Dec-2 – Dublin, Ireland @ Vicar Street [SOLD OUT]
Sat-Dec-3 – Galway, Ireland @ Leisureland [SOLD OUT]
Mon-Dec-5 – Limerick, Ireland @ Live At The Big Top [SOLD OUT]
Tue-Dec-6 – Derry, United Kingdom @ Millennium Forum
Wed-Dec-7 – Belfast, United Kingdom @ Ulster Hall
Thur-Dec-8 – Belfast, United Kingdom @ Ulster Hall

Fontaines D.C. are:

Carlos O’Connell (guitar), Conor Curley (guitar), Conor Deegan III (bass guitar), Grian Chatten (vocals) and Tom Coll (drums).

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Selected praise for Fontaines D.C. and Skinty Fia so far:
“An instant classic of an album” - The Times (5/5)

“This is Fontaines D.C.’s best album yet.” – Rolling Stone UK (5/5)

“They’ve made their best album yet” – Dork (5/5)

“the band’s ability to spin a tongue-in-cheek turn of phrase into an anthemic chant-along is as strong as it’s ever been” – Upset (5/5)

“Very few rock bands are doing hooks as well as they are right now” – DIY (5/5)

“It’s a fantastic album” – Uncut (9/10)

“Fontaines D.C. sound full of new life” – MOJO (4/5)

“It’s clear just how acute this band’s understanding of the balance between art and heart has become” – MOJO (4/5)

“Skinty Fia is another triumph for this era’s most vital group.” – Record Collector (4/5 – New Album Of The Month)

“Skinty Fia reaches new levels of lyrical and musical evolution.” - CRACK

“their most melodic, immersive, powerful songs yet” – Sunday Times Culture

“one of the most thrilling guitar bands to emerge this century” – Mr. Porter

“proof the band’s momentum is still full charged” – London Evening Standard (on Jackie Down The Line)

“An emotional tour de force” – Observer (on I Love You)

“the peerless Irish band return with a riveting song about emotional distance” – The Guardian (on Jackie Down The Line)

“It’s sure to become a spine-tingling live favourite” – NME (on I Love You)