Following their headline show playing to 12,000 people in Cork, The Coronas announce an intimate (by their standards) London gig. The multi-platinum, arena-conquering Irish four-piece band will take to the stage at Camden Assembly on October 23rd with tickets on sale Friday July 19th at 9am from

The show will follow a run of festivals - including Citadel and Splendour in England and Lollapalooza in Germany – and the band’s own travelling music festival in Ireland, The Long Way Home Festival. Curated by The Coronas, and held in Limerick, Cork, Belfast and Galway, The Long Way Home Festival features the band’s favourite Irish and international artists – including Tom O’Dell, Sigrid and Thanks Brother.

Since the release of the 2017 album ‘Trust the Wire’ - the first on their own label and a chart topper in Ireland – The Coronas have enjoyed a renewed confidence and enthusiasm. Extensive tours saw them spend much of 2018 in America, including sets at Lollapalooza, Voodoo and ACL, as well as sell-out dates in Australia, Asia, Europe and some memorable shows in their homeland including a 15,000 capacity crowd gig in Dublin.

The band gave an indication of their future plans with the release of latest single ‘Find the Water’ and the announcement of their sixth studio album in March 2020. Produced by Rob Kirwan (Hozier, PJ Harvey, Local Natives, Editors, The Horrors) ‘Find the Water’ sees the band move into new musical territory.