To commemorate their 35-year music career, iconic British band ‘The Lightning Seeds’ will release a greatest hits album and embark on a European tour in 2024.

The new compilation album, entitled ‘Tomorrow’s Here Today’, will be available in early October. The Liverpool band, led by the legendary Ian Broudie, have put together a masterful selection of their best tracks, starting with their classic debut single “Pure”. This release is a true celebration of their legacy, bringing together 20 of their best loved songs, including ‘The Life Of Riley’, ‘Change’, ‘Lucky You’, ‘Sense’, ‘All I Want’, ‘Sugar Coated Iceberg’, ‘You Showed Me’, ‘Emily Smiles’, ‘Three Lions’ and many more.

To promote this highly anticipated album, Lightning Seeds will embark on a European tour, with stops in some of the most important cities. Spanish fans will have the opportunity to enjoy their live performances on the following dates:

– Madrid: 15 October at Changó

– Barcelona: 16 October at Razzmatazz 2

– Valencia: 17th October at Sala Moon

Tickets for these concerts go on sale today, Tuesday 4 June at 10am and can be purchased here:

Ian Broudie, creative soul behind the Lightning Seeds, has described this album as a “masterclass in modern pop”, reflecting the lasting impact and evolution of the band over the decades. With over 8 million albums sold, Lightning Seeds continue to be an influential force in pop music.

Formed in 1989 in Liverpool, Lightning Seeds have stood out for their distinctive style and catchy melodies that have left an indelible mark on pop music. The band has achieved multiple hits over the years, cementing their reputation with timeless songs that resonate with generations of fans.

Report by ‘24/7 Valencia’ team

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