Nothing But Thieves says “Sorry” with new song; plots North American tour

ABC/Randy HolmesNothing But Thieves has shared another preview of their forthcoming sophomore album, Broken Machine, in the form of a new song called “Sorry.” You can download “Sorry” now via digital outlets.

“Sorry” is the second track to be released from Broken Machine, following lead single “Amsterdam.” Compared to its anthemic predecessor, “Sorry” is more grounded, emotional track.

Along with the new song, Nothing But Thieves has revealed the Broken Machine track list, and announced a run of North American tour dates behind the album. The trek, which will feature support from Missio on select dates, begins October 11 in Santa Ana, California, and concludes November 2 in Philadelphia.

Broken Machine is the follow-up to Nothing But Thieves’ self-titled debut album, which boasts the number-one Billboard Alternative Songs hit, “Trip Switch.” It’ll arrive September 8.

Here’s the Broken Machine track list:

“I Was Just a Kid”
“Amsterdam”
“Sorry”
“Broken Machine”
“Live Like Animals”
“Soda”
“I’m Not Made By Design”
“Particles”
“Get Better”
“Hell, Yeah”
“Afterlife”

And here are the fall tour dates:

10/11 — Santa Ana, CA, Constellation Room
10/12 — Los Angeles, CA, El Rey
10/13 — San Diego, CA, Irenic
10/15 — Fresno, CA, Strummer’s
10/16 — San Francisco, CA
10/18 — Portland, OR, Star Theater
10/19 — Vancouver, BC, Imperial
10/20 — Seattle, WA, Chop Suey
10/23 — Minneapolis, MN, Fine Line
10/25 — Chicago, IL, Lincoln Hall
10/26 — Detroit, MI, Shelter
10/27 — Toronto, ON, Mod
10/29 — Montreal, QC, Belmont
10/30 — Boston, MA, Brighton Music Hall
10/31 — Washington, DC, Rock & Roll Hotel
11/1 — New York, NY, Gramercy Theatre
11/2 — Philadelphia, PA, Coda

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