Anti-Flag return this April with ‘The Bright Lights of America’, album number seven in their career which stretches back over a decade.

"Musically and lyrically The Bright Lights Of America is the most personal record we've ever written. For many years we have written about the trappings and injustice of the corporate state. With this collection of songs we travelled a new path. One of hope and one filled with the possibilities of change that we as individuals can create." Justin Sane

In the last year, Anti-Flag have registered 10,000 young voters, raised money to build and maintain wells in Africa and released a charity EP ‘A Benefit for Victims of Violent Crime’ on their own label A-F Records
with proceeds going to a Center for Victims of Violence and Crime.

The band are heading our way in May for Give It A Name in London and Sheffield, before playing dates in Scotland and Ireland.

10, London Earls Court: Give it A Name Festival
11, Sheffield Hallam FM Arena: Give it A Name Festival
13, Inverness Ironworks
14, Dundee Fat Sams
15, Glasgow QMU
17, Dublin Academy
18, Belfast Spring and Airbrake