LEPROUS – Announce last minute UK show in Leeds

Norwegian Rock outfit LEPROUS have just announced an additional, last minute UK show for the start of their 20th Anniversary Tour.

The new date for LEPROUS as well as supports Wheel and Aiming For Enrike is taking place in Leeds at The Warehouse on Friday, December 3rd. This show replaces the original Nijmegen date in The Netherlands.

Tickets are available here: https://premier.ticketek.co.uk/shows/show.aspx?sh=LEPROUS21

The band’s only other UK date takes place on 4th December at the Electric Ballroom in London. Only a small number of tickets are still available.

LEPROUS released their 7th studio album “Aphelion” in August via InsideOutMusic.

Following up on 2019’s highly acclaimed “Pitfalls” album, LEPROUS recorded “Aphelion” throughout the last year at three different studios: Ghost Ward Studios in Sweden, Ocean Sound Recordings in Norway and Cederberg Studios in Norway. The album was once again mixed by Adam Noble (Placebo, Biffy Clyro, Nothing But Thieves, etc.), mastered by Robin Schmidt (The 1975, Placebo, The Gaslight Anthem, etc.) and its front cover artwork was designed by Elena Sihida, based on photography by Øystein Aspelund.

You can order “Aphelion” in its various formats here:


LEPROUS – 20th Anniversary UK dates

03.12.2021 Leeds (UK) – The Warehouse
04.12.2021 London (UK) - Electric Ballroom

LEPROUS – Live 2022:
17.06.2022 Clisson (France) - Hellfest
25.06.2022 Valkenburg (The Netherlands) - Midsummer Prog Festival
16.07.2022 Cremona (Italy) - Luppolo In Rock
20.08.2022 Bristol (UK) - ArcTanGent Festival

More shows to be announced soon…

LEPROUS line-up:
(From left to right on the photo by Elena Sihida)
Einar Solberg – vocals/keys
Simen Børven – bass
Robin Ognedal – guitars
Baard Kolstad – drums
Tor Oddmund Suhrke – guitars

LEPROUS online:

Giovanni Gagliano

Passionate about music I wrote my first article for "Given To Rock" in 2012, reaching now 30K global followers. I am also a musician, gigging around London.

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