The famous alternative rock band Tindersticks will have a concert on May 8, 2020 (at 8 pm) at the Kombank Dvorana in Belgrade, as part of their European tour to promote their next album “No Treasure But Hope”.
After ten studio albums and eight soundtrack albums, this British band continues to push the envelope by exploring new sounds and emotions in their music. Their new studio album “No Treasure But Hope” will be released on November 15.
The band’s announcement of the Belgrade concert and several other dates of the European tour coincides with the release of their new single, “The Amputees”, from the new album.
Tindersticks were created in London in 1992 and the three founders Stuart Staples, David Boulter and Neil Fraser were joined later by Dan McKinna and Earl Harvin.
Tickets for the concert in Belgrade will be on sale from September 13 at the box office of the Kombank Dvorana, as well as at the points of sale of the Tickets’ network.
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