SNOW PATROL Perform “What if This is All the Love You Ever Get?” on The Late Late Show With James Corden

SNOW PATROL Perform “What if This is All the Love You Ever Get?” on The Late Late Show With James Corden

Snow Patrol, currently on a stadium tour of the US with Ed Sheeran, returned to The Late Late Show With James Corden last night, where Gary Lightbody performed a stirring rendition of “What If This Is All The Love You Ever Get?” accompanied by Johnny McDaid on piano. During rehearsals, James Corden also joined Lightbody and McDaid for a behind the scenes duet of the song ahead of last night’s show.

Snow Patrol are currently supporting Ed Sheeran on his stadium tour of North America. Previously, Snow Patrol announced fourteen dates on their extensive headlining European tour, with stops in cities including Berlin, Munich, Paris, Madrid, and Lisbon. The band have also confirmed headlining dates in the UK and Ireland where the band will perform in Dublin, London, and Belfast (full dates below). Tickets for all these dates are on sale now and available here.

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Snow Patrol’s album Wildness, their first album in seven years, is out now and available for purchase on all formats here. To celebrate the release of Wildness, Snow Patrol debuted new music videos for “A Youth Written In Fire,” “Life and Death,” “Wild Horses,” “Soon,” and “A Dark Switch.” The band has previously released music videos for “Empress” “What If This Is All The Love You Ever Get?,” “Life On Earth,” and “Don’t Give In,” and you can watch them all here. Additionally, Ed Sheeran performed “What If This Is All The Love You Ever Get” on his Instagram to support the release of Wildness

Snow Patrol North American Tour Dates With Ed Sheeran
Nov 6 /// Hollywood, FL /// Seminole Hard Rock Casino*
Nov 7 /// Tampa, FL /// Raymond James Stadium
Nov 10 /// Atlanta, GA /// Mercedes-Benz Stadium

*Headlining Show

Snow Patrol Headlining European Tour Dates
Dec 5 /// Newcastle, England /// Metro Radio Arena
Dec 7 /// Belfast, Northern Ireland /// The SSE Arena
Dec 8 /// Belfast, Northern Ireland /// SSE Arena
Dec 11 /// Dublin, Ireland /// 3Arena
Jan 14 /// Amsterdam, Netherlands /// Ziggo Dome
Jan 15 /// Hamburg, Germany /// Barclaycard Arena
Jan 16 /// Berlin, Germany /// Velodrom
Jan 18 /// Munich, Germany /// Zenith
Jan 19 /// Zurich, Switzerland /// Samsung Hall
Jan 20 /// Oberhausen, Germany /// Konig Pilsner Arena
Jan 22 /// Brussels, Belgium /// Forest National
Jan 23 /// Paris, France /// Zenith
Jan 25 /// Birmingham, England /// Birmingham Arena
Jan 26 /// London, England /// O2 Arena
Jan 29 /// Leeds, England /// First Direct Arena
Jan 30 /// Manchester, England /// Manchester Arena
Jan 31 /// Glasgow, Scotland /// The SSE Hydro
Feb 2 /// London, England /// Wembley Arena
Feb 8 /// Frankfurt, Germany /// Jahrhunderhalle
Feb 9 /// Vienna, Austria /// Gasometer
Feb 11 /// Milan, Italy /// Fabrique
Feb 13 /// Barcelona, Spain /// Razzmatazz
Feb 14 /// Madrid, Spain /// La Riviera
Feb 16 /// Lisbon, Portugal /// Campo Pequeno

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