Lucy Rose Announces Full UK Tour Details.
“A beautiful record – contemplative, rich-voiced, soulful and indicative of the gathering maturity in Lucy’s music” **** – Q
Lucy Rose is very pleased to announce details of a full tour of the UK later this year.
The British folk artist, who released her acclaimed third album Something’s Changing last week through Communion Records, will follow a current Worldwide Cinema Tour with a 20-date headline run of the UK in November.
The shows kick off in Bristol at St Georges on the 1st November, and stretch through to Southampton’s Engine Rooms on the 24th November. The tour also includes a night in Dublin at Whelan’s on the 11th November, and London’s O2 Shepherds Bush Empire on the 3rd November.
Tickets for all shows go on sale on Friday 14th July through www.lucyrosemusic.com
Something’s Changing is accompanied by a stunning short documentary, acting as a fly-on-the-wall account of Lucy’s debut tour of Latin America last year. The trip, organised independently by Lucy with the help of her Latin American fans, became a huge inspiration for the record and the film is an intimate account of how it all came together.
Lucy previewed the new record with a full tent at Glastonbury last month, and will hit the main stage at Latitude and Longitude festivals later this month. A short run of dates in the US and Canada follows in October.
For full live details, please see below. New UK headline dates in bold.
Buy ‘Something’s Changing’ HERE
Lucy Rose Live:
13th July – Rio Cinema, London SOLD OUT (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
14th July – Duke of York’s Picture House, Brighton (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
15th July – Latitude Festival, Southwold
16th July – Longitude Festival, Dublin
18th July – Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
20th July – The Poly Cinema, Falmouth (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
21st July – The Arnolfini Cinema, Bristol SOLD OUT (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
4th September – Intsikurmu Music Festival, Polva
16th September – Bandwagon Live, Manila, Philippines (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
18th September – The Projector, Singapore (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
25th September – Cine XIII, Paris (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
26th September – Stadtgarten, Cologne (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
28th September – Silent Green, Berlin (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
29th September – Alabama Cinema, Hamburg (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
1st October – Seven Layers Festival, Amsterdam (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
5th October – Le Poisson Rouge, New York (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
6th October – The Rockwell, Somerville (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
7th October – PHI Centre, Montreal (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
9th October – The Drake, Toronto (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
11th October – Schuba’s, Chicago (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
12th October – Turf Club, St. Paul (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
14th October – The Rio Theatre, Vancouver (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
15th October – The Sunset, Seattle (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
16th October – Mission Theater, Portland (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
18th October – Swedish American Hall, San Francisco (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
22nd October – Troubadour, Los Angeles (The Worldwide Cinema Tour)
1st November – St Georges, Bristol
2nd November – Phoenix, Exeter
3rd November – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London
4th November – Old Market, Brighton
6th November – Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester
7th November – Brudenell, Leeds
8th November – Trades Club, Hebden Bridge
9th November – Plug, Sheffield
11th November – Whelan’s, Dublin
12th November – Stanley Theatre, Liverpool
13th November – Fruit, Hull
14th November – Caves, Edinburgh
15th November – Oran Mor, Glasgow
17th November – Guildhall, Gloucester
18th November – Tramshed, Cardiff
19th November – SJE Arts, Oxford
21st November – Glee Club, Birmingham
22nd November – Glee Club, Nottingham
23rd November – Junction, Cambridge
24th November – Engine Rooms, Southampton