Austin City Limits was filled with useful information from a lot of artists, but nothing quite as entertaining as Nothing But Thieves' Tour Tribulations. LNTV sat down with the band to get the scoop on the earliest days of their touring careers, and just how ridiculous things can get. From playing a room of 700 to four people, to drinking maybe a bit too much on a tour in the states, the band will definitely appreciate the breaks to their liver over the holidays. Check out the video above for all the BTS tour info Nothing But Thieves was willing to provide!
Nothing But Thieves will finish off this year with a few European dates at the end of November and beginning of December. So far, they haven't announced anything for 2017. Their debut self-titled album was released on October 16, 2015 in the U.K. and on February 9, 2016 in the U.S. The band's cluctch opportunity this year was opening up for Grammy-winning rockers MUSE on their Drones our. Having postponed some of the dates of their own headlining tour to do so, we can only hope that 2017 will bring even more live performances and crazy tour stories.