Nathanial Rateliff & The Night Sweats

Announce 2022 UK Dates

Play London’s Roundhouse 27th May

Third Studio Album The Future

 Out now on Stax Records

“Masterful.” – Uncut 8/10 

“Their bluesy soul is being delivered with newfound heart, spirit and zeal, one that makes The Future jubilantly bright – just the vision we all need after the bleakness of the past year.” – The Line of Best Fit

“We’re not sure what the future holds, but if it sounds anything like “The Future,” we’re good.” – The Independent 

The Times 4*

Following the release of their acclaimed new LP, The Future, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats have announced a run of May 2022 UK dates, including a date at London’s Roundhouse on 27th May. The Future is out now on Stax Records, listen to the new record HERE.

Known for their raucous, electric live shows, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats will play the following May 2022 shows in the UK.  Tickets available on the 19th November at 10am from HERE.

May 2022

Fri 20th Manchester, Academy

Sat 21st Glasgow, Barrowland

Mon 23rd Birmingham, O2 Institute

Thurs 26th Leeds, O2 Academy

Fri 27th London, Roundhouse

Recorded at Rateliff’s own Broken Creek Studio outside of Denver, The Future was produced by Bradley Cook (Bon Iver, Kevin Morby, The War on Drugs) and R.M.B.—the production trio of Rateliff, Patrick Meese (The Night Sweats) and James Barone (Beach House)—who were the team behind Rateliff’s acclaimed 2020 solo album And It’s Still Alright. Additional production was added by musician, engineer and producer Elijah Thompson (Father John Misty, Richard Swift) while Jenny Lewis, Jess Wolfe and Amelia Meath (Sylvan Esso) contributed backing vocals.

Earlier this year, Rateliff and the band made their debut on “Saturday Night Live” featuring the premiere performance of “Redemption,” written for and featured in the film Palmer starring Justin Timberlake. Nathaniel also released a new live album, Red Rocks 2020, which was recorded at Red Rocks Amphitheatre during Rateliff’s mid-September run of socially distanced shows.