iDKHOW Announce their Biggest UK Headline Shows To Date






I Dont Know How But They Found Me (iDKHOW) have announced two of their biggest UK headline shows to date. Returning to the UK after selling out two tours here previously, the newly announced shows at Glasgow’s SWG3 and London’s The Forum will bookend the band’s appearances on the main stage at Reading & Leeds Festivals. Frontman Dallon Weekes commented: “We’re incredibly lucky to have the opportunity to play safely in the UK again! We can’t wait to go back!”



Joining as special guest for the shows is acclaimed songwriter Will Joseph Cook, who has just released his new album Something To Feel Good About, notching a viral hit with the single “Be Around Me” in collaboration with US star chloe moriondo.

Upcoming dates are listed below. Tickets go on artist pre-sale this Wednesday 2nd June at 10am BST and then general sale from Friday 4th June at 10am BST.

Fri Aug 27 – SWG3, Glasgow, UK * [pre-sale here, general sale here]
Sat Aug 28 – Reading Festival, UK
Sun Aug 29 – Leeds Festival, UK
Tue Aug 31 – The Forum, London UK * [pre-sale here, general sale here]

iDKHOW make their UK return on the back of releasing their debut album RAZZMATAZZ on Fearless Records. RAZZMATAZZ debuted in the US at #1 on the Alternative New Artist Chart, and #2 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart, with lead single “Leave Me Alone” hitting #1 at Alternative Radio. The band also performed live on US national TV for both the Ellen and Jimmy Kimmel shows, amassing in excess of 330 million streams, and gracing the covers of Alt Press, Dork, Rock Sound and Upset.



More about iDKHOW

I Dont Know How But They Found Me, or iDKHOW is the new project led by frontman, multi-instrumentalist, and mastermind Dallon Weekes. iDKHOW formally  revealed itself with 2018’s ‘1981 Extended Play’ EP prior to hitting the road and performing on the mainstage at UK’s Reading and Leeds Festivals as well as sharing stages with the likes of Twenty One  Pilots, The 1975, Billie Eilish, The Killers, The National and Blink 182, just to name a few. The group recently released their debut album ‘Razzmatazz’ via Fearless Records, which debuted top 25 on nine charts including #1 Alternative New Artist, #2 Billboard Heatseekers and #6 Alternative with lead single “Leave Me Alone” which hit #1 at Alt Radio. Since the release of their debut, iDKHOW has hit 330+ million streams globally, graced the covers of Alternative Press, Dork, and Upset, and earned acclaim from Billboard, SPIN, Forbes, American Songwriter, Rock Sound, DIY Magazine and many more.

With a curated storyline – iDKHOW was initially believed to have been a band from 30 plus years ago that never got their big break. A band that time forgot. But in 2017, an anonymous donor began to release recovered video footage of iDKHOW. The videos, released out of chronological order, span the years 1964 to 1983 and hint to a different story than that of a band lost to obscurity. As this footage of iDKHOW has surfaced in the past three years, fans, music historians and conspiracy theorists have converged on internet platforms to debate the story of iDKHOW.