New “Greatest Hits (2020 Versions)” out now!

Its ‘Release Day’ for our new “Greatest Hits (2020 Versions)” package! Always a big thrill to have a new album out and big thanks to everyone who pre-ordered it. if you want to check it out you can BUY/STREAM IT HERE

Also delighted to bring you the official lyric video for the new version of “Die Laughing”. This re-recording features the wonderful James Dean Bradfield from Manic Street Preachers on guitar & vocals. Check out the video then the rest of the album. The three of us are so very proud of this project. Thank you all for your 30 years of support. Enjoy the tunes, love and respect, Andy, Michael and Neil

Official Biography-signed copies pre-order now avails!

Our official biography is due out 22nd September, written by Simon Young (with full cooperation from the band) and published by JAWBONE press. You can now pre-order your signed copy at our online shop HERE

“Before we recorded Infernal Love, I didn’t know if I was coming or going. I developed quite a healthy drug habit and was drinking a bottle of Absolut vodka every day. I thought that if I gave up drinking, I’d spend the next two weeks lying in bed and feeling sick. I decided to keep going and see if inspiration would hit …”

So Much For The 30 Year Plan is the first ever book to detail the life of Therapy?, one of rock’s boldest and most idiosyncratic acts. Written with the full co-operation of the band’s current members—frontman Andy Cairns, bassist Michael McKeegan, and drummer Neil Cooper—this official biography explores the dizzying highs and crushing lows they have experienced while navigating a three-decade-long career.
Featuring extensive interviews with the band and key figures from throughout their history, So Much For The 30 Year Plan offers insights into the band’s origins in Northern Ireland during the Troubles, the backlash they received from the underground scene after signing to a major label, the birth of their million-selling 1994 album Troublegum, the full story behind their split with original drummer Fyfe Ewing, and much more.
Published to coincide with the band’s 30th anniversary, this is essential reading for all Therapy? fans—and for anyone with an interest in the alternative music of the era.

About the author
Born in 1976 in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Simon Young has been a music journalist for over twenty years. His fanzine, Hit A Guy With Glasses, enjoyed a one-issue run before he secured a job at Kerrang! in 1999. His writing has also appeared in Classic Rock, Metal Hammer, Prog, and Planet Rock. So Much For The 30 Year Plan is his first book.

TOUR UPDATE:ALL 2020 shows now moved to 2021-PLEASE READ

Folks due to uncertainty with the ongoing Covid-19 situation in UK/Europe and after careful consultation with our agent, promoters & venues we have now moved our 30th anniversary shows to April/May 2021. So our ‘30th Anniversary’ celebration run has now become a ‘31st Anniversary’ celebration. We appreciate changing the dates again is frustrating for everyone but your safety (and that of venue staff and crew etc) are our main concern and rest assured we will be making sure these shows are a worthy celebration of our 31 years as a band! All re-scheduled dates listed below & on the posters,and all current tickets remain valid. If you don’t see your current date rescheduled please bear with us as we are trying to find a suitable replacement. In a bit of good news we have also confirmed a Paris show for 20th May. Thanking you for your on going patience, stay safe friends & see you in 2021 #somuchforthe31yearplan


8-Apr Germany, Berlin, Lido

9-Apr Germany, Bremen, Tower

10-Apr Germany, Kiel, Die Pumpe

11-Apr Germany, Hamburg, Gruenspan

13-Apr Germany, Cologne, Gebaude 9

14-Apr Germany, Aschaffenburg, Colos Saal

16-Apr Germany, Munster, Spuknikhalle

17-Apr Germany, Essen, Turock

18-Apr Germany, Saarbrueken, Garage

20-Apr Germany, Stuttgart, Universum

21-Apr Germany, Konstanz, Kulturladen

22-Apr Germany, Munich, Backstage


25-Apr Belgium, Brussels, AB


24-Apr NL Enschede Metropool

26-Apr NL Zwolle Hedon

28-Apr NL Utrecht TivoliVredenburg (Ronda room)

29-Apr NL Bergen op Zoom Gebouw T

30-Apr NL Arnhem Luxor Live

1-May NL Den Bosch Willem Twee Poppodium

2-May NL Groningen De oosterpoort


3-May Luxembourg Esch-sur-Alzette Rockhal


5-May UK Brighton, Concorde 2

6-May UK Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms

7-May UK London, Electric Ballroom

8-May UK Manchester, 02 Ritz

10-May UK Cardiff, Tramshed

11-May UK Exeter,Phoenix

13-May UK Bristol, SWX

14-May UK Wolverhampton,KK’s Steel Mill

15-May UK Nottingham, Rock City

17-May UK Cambridge, Junction

26-May UK Newcastle, Riverside

27-May UK Glasgow, Garage

28-May UK Hull, Welly

29-May UK Norwich, Waterfront


20-May France Paris Boule Noire (NEW SHOW)

Watch “Isolation (Lockdown version 2020)”

We wanted to see if we could record an ‘isolation’ version of one of our tunes so no better one to go for than “Isolation”, which is where a lot of us are right now! The cover of the Joy Division classic is from our “Troublegum” album and we hope you enjoy wherever you are. Shares/RT’s always appreciated…Stay strong, stay safe, stay in!


How’s everyone doing out there? Keeping well we hope. To provide a bit of distraction we’re going to post some rare/fun videos from our illustrious 30 year career over on our Youtube channel (subscribe if you haven’t already!), mostly rare/unseen stuff. Some live, some promo, some studio etc might be interesting for yous to see. ‘Lockdown Bonus Balls’ if you will 😉

Will embed them as we post below…

UPDATE: European/UK tour postponed (UK, Belgian,NL,Lux shows all rescheduled-please read)

UPDATE: The Bergen op Zoom Gebouw-T show is now rescheduled to Sptember 10th and the Utrecht Tivoli gig to September 11th.

Luxembourg Rockhal rescheduled to 24th November and Brussels AB shows has now been rescheduled to November 26th 2020.

Manchester Ritz 3rd April is now on September 30th and London Electric Ballroom 4th April is on September 29th. All tickets purchased for the original dates remain valid. Customers are advised to retain their tickets and ticket confirmations at this time. More info here.

We are working hard to reschedule the other postponed shows so please be patient, as soon as we have solid information we will let you know!

Due to government health authority rules regarding the COVID-19 situation our upcoming German, Luxembourg, Belgian and Dutch shows have now been postponed.
While this is very regrettable and we’re gutted to have to postpone I’m sure you can appreciate the situation is out of everyone’s hands. We are working closely with our agent, promoters and the venues to get rescheduled dates set up and will share them as soon as we know. Sorry to drop this on yous but please stay safe, look after yourselves and more info as soon as we have it.

TURKISH “Stage Box” Festival appearance cancelled

Sorry to announce that unfortunately we must cancel our forthcoming concert in Istanbul this coming weekend as on Friday the 28th last, Neil found himself with a torn muscles and a trapped nerve in his back. Over the last 4 days he has been unable to walk unaided or without extreme pain. He has been advised against travelling or playing, it being extremely unwise and likely to lead to further complications, whilst at the same time significantly delaying his recovery.

Neil said…
“I wish there was a rock&roll story to my injury but there isn’t!
Unfortunately, I have been flattened by the pain and must listen to advice, focus on getting well and be careful not to aggravate the injury further.

So, with a heavy heart I must send a massive apology to our friends in Instanbul who were coming to see us at the concert on 7th March with Duman. I know myself, Andy and Michael were really, really buzzing about playing in Turkey again and I’m really gutted about my injury and the reason we have to pull out. So sorry everyone. Hope you still have an amazing night!”

The band hope to arrange new dates in Turkey in the not too distant future and will be working on some with our Turkish promoters.