The Japanese House Announced as Support Act on The Sold Out 1975 Arena Tour

Words: George Pizani

The Japanese House announces support for The 1975 as part of her sold-out 2024 arena tour. 

Ahead of an upcoming headline tour in May, acclaimed indie-pop sensation The Japanese House joins The 1975 as a support for UK shows in some of the country’s most famous venues. With dates scheduled at the London O2 Arena and Manchester’s AO Arena, it’s a well-deserved follow-up to the artist’s heralded UK and North American headline tours of 2023. 

A new tour in May will see The Japanese House perform her biggest headline show to date amongst gigs in London, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow, and follows a series of successful performances in Japan earlier this year. 

The announcement comes on the back of the release of ITEAD Sessions, a collection of live versions of tracks from The Japanese House’s acclaimed second album In The End It Always Does, and features a powerfully stripped-back cover of ABBA’s ‘Super Trouper’. 

Since emerging into public consciousness in 2015 shrouded in mystery and reverb, The Japanese House has embraced a compelling and unique vulnerable sonic persona. Her sound is identifiably wide-open and her centring of innermost feelings has earned industry-wide praise.

Part of what made the artist’s most recent album In the End It Always Does such a runaway success was the truthful and contradictory experiences it so expertly expressed. The project was written during a burst of creativity at the end of 2021 and took inspiration from real-life events, including moving to Margate, being in a throuple, and the slow dissolution of relationships.

Tickets to The Japanese House’s 2024 tour can be purchased at