The Japanese House, aka Amber Bain, has been announced as the support for The 1975’s sold out UK arena tour taking place in February. The tour will see The Japanese House play some of the UK’s biggest stages in Glasgow, London, Manchester and Birmingham, including four nights at London O2 Arena, ahead of her own headline UK tour in May. The announcement follows the release of Iteiad Sessions, the collection of live versions of songs from the acclaimed second The Japanese House album In The End It Always Does, alongside a stripped back cover of the ABBA hit Super Trouper.

The 2024 UK tour will see The Japanese House play a sold out show at London Roundhouse, her biggest headline show to date, as well as nights in Glasgow, Birmingham and Manchester, following sold out UK and North America headline tours last year.

It’s been almost a decade since Amber Bain’s break out in 2015, back when The Japanese House was a mysterious unidentified figure shrouded in reverb. These days, though, Bain’s sound and style is characteristically wide open with her vulnerabilities, thoughts and innermost feelings stitched into a tapestry of gorgeous, elevated pop music.



Date Venue
Thu 8th O2 Hydro Glasgow +
Fri 9th O2 Hydro Glasgow +
Mon 12th O2 Arena London +
Tue 13th O2 Arena London +
Wed 14th O2 Arena London +
Sat 17th AO Arena Manchester +
Sun 18th AO Arena Manchester +
Tue 20th O” Arena London +
Wed 21st Resorts World Birmingham +


Date Venue
Tue 7th SWG3 Glasgow
Wed 8th O2 Institute Birmingham
Thu 9th Roundhouse London
Fri 10th Albert Hall Manchester

+ Supporting The 1975

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