During the United Kingdom and Ireland leg of the coming World Tour of British multinational indie pop band Superorganism, the NEO Cute girls group CHAI will tour as a support act. In total CHAI will perform at 13 shows, starting from 15 October.
The tour dates are as following:
Monday 15 October: SWX – Bristol, United Kingdom
Tuesday 16 October: Arts Club – Liverpool, United Kingdom
Wednesday 17 October: Limelight 1 – Belfast, United Kingdom
Thursday 18 October: The Academy – Dublin, Ireland
Saturday 20 October: SWG3 – Glasgow, United Kingdom
Sunday 21 October: The Leadmill – Sheffield, United Kingdom
Monday 22 October: Stylus – Leeds, United Kingdom
Wednesday 24 October: O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire – London, United Kingdom
Thursday 25 October: 02 Ritz – Manchester, United Kingdom
Friday 26 October: Cambridge Junction – Cambridge, United Kingdom
Saturday 27 October: Pyramids Centre – Portsmouth, United Kingdom
Sunday 28 October: Concorde 2 – Brighton, United Kingdom
Tuesday 30 October: O2 Academy – Oxford, United Kingdom
CHAI formed in 2012 in the Nagoya region, identical twins Mana (vocals and keys) and Kana (Guitar) asked fellow high school classmate Yuna (drummer), and later Yuki (bassist), a college acquaintance, to join what we now know as CHAI. The band does have experience of performing outside Japan, in 2017 they performed at SXSW followed by a series of dates in the United States. In that same year, CHAI released their first album, titled PINK.
Superorganism is an indie pop band, formed in early 2017 and originating in London. The group consists of eight members, including lead vocalist Orono Noguchi, alongside Emily, Harry, Tucan, Robert Strange, Ruby, B, and Seoul. The band members are from England, Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand. But to keep things organised, seven out of eight live together in a London house/studio. Their self-titled debut albu got released earlier this year. During their world tour, they will perform in France, The Netherlands, Luxembourg, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Mexico, United States and Japan.