In the wake of their No. 1 debut album, 'It Won't Always Be Like This', the fast-rising Irish quartet will also tour the US.
The video compiles footage from the band’s first shows this summer, including an incendiary Reading Festival set.
Queens Of The Stone Age have also pulled out of this year's event “due to restrictions and logistics.”
The news also means that the fast-rising quartet are the first Irish band in 13 years to go to No.1 in the UK with their debut album.
The fast-rising Irish indie-rock quartet released their debut album 'It Wont Always Be Like This' last week.
The song also features on the Dublin quartet's debut album, 'It Won't Always Be Like This', due out on 9 July.
The emotive new song is also the title track from the Dublin quartet's debut album, out on July 9 via Polydor.
The shows kick off on March 4 in Atlanta at Terminal West and wrap on March 31 in Los Angeles at The Belasco Theatre.
The new track also features on the band's debut album, It Won't Always Be Like This, out on July 9 through Polydor Records.
The fast-rising Dublin outfit's debut album, 'It Won't Always Be Like This' is set for release on July 16.
The Dublin quartet’s ‘It Won’t Always Be Like This’ is set for release on July 16
The winners will be revealed on January 15, during the Eurosonic Noorderslag (ESNS) 2021 festival in Groningen, The Netherlands.
‘It’s our interpretation of this strange and imperfect world we’ve come to live in.’
The Dublin quartet's anthemic new track features lyrical themes chiming with the unease and disquiet of the world in 2020.
The original version of the song was a highlight of Mazzy Star's widely-acclaimed second album, 1993's 'So Tonight That I Might See'.