Artist of the week

Tuesday, January 28, 2014


PALOMA FAITH announced pre-orders of her new album ‘A Perfect Contradiction ’on Amazon and iTunes.
She also revealed ‘Instant Grat’ track ‘Love Only Leaves You Lonely’ which is available instantly on pre-ordering the album from iTunes; clip available here:

‘A Perfect Contradiction’ is out March 10th via RCA.
Brand new single ‘Can’t Rely on You’ is out February 24th; check out the video here:

Pre-order ‘A Perfect Contradiction’ here:  

Monday, January 27, 2014


FAKE CLUB. The raucous and brash London guitar band whose do-it-yourself-because-we-do-it-better-anyway attitude has finally brought them to the release of their debut album, FUCKABLE’, set to release on March 24th.

This balls to the wall, diamond in the rough is a must-listen record for 2014. Anagrammatically self-titled, written and released by the band themselves, it’s an impressive 10 track onslaught of honest rock & roll music that flashes between pounding drums, screaming guitars and killer-chorus’ perfectly entwined with unforgettable riffs. The record is produced by FAKE CLUB and Oliver Son, mixed by Kevin Killen (Tori Amos, Elvis Costella, Kate Bush) and mastered by the legendary Bob Ludwig (Led Zepplin, Jimi Hendrix, Rolling Stones, Nirvana, The Who, Bruce Springsteen, Daft Punk).

FAKE CLUB boast a genre-defying ethos, sound and line-up that transcends them into a realm of their very own; their musicianship, writing prowess, mind blowing live force and admirable spirit set them apart from all of their counterparts. Opener and live favourite, ‘Do What You Got To Do’ sets the tone emphatically with a heavy groove and a riff that just gets you. ‘Do It Like Me’ and ‘Generation’ are songs to walk the streets & grow up to while ‘Midnight At Koko’ shows off the band’s delicate attention to melody that can sometimes get overlooked. (As seen in the Universal Pictures release ‘Powder Room’ late 2013).

Continuously wowing crowds with their stellar live shows, the band have garnered an army of dedicated fans in the UK and Europe following an Italian tour and sell-out headline show in Berlin in 2013 along with an electric support show for Kate Nash. Following this the band made their silver screen debut in December appearing in the Vertigo Films release, Powder Room, starring Sheridan SmithJaime WinstoneOona Chaplin and Kate Nash. FAKE CLUB, who play the in-house band throughout the film, curated the entire soundtrack alongside the film’s director MJ Delaney and producer Damien Jones (The Iron Lady, Kidulthood).

Last year the band hosted a string of FAKE CLUB-NIGHTS in their Holloway Road club-house, the nights paying homage to some of London’s most creative artistic and musical talent. With the launch of FAKE TV, the bands online TV channel (think Wayne’s World meets TGI Friday) and their very own zine, FKR, the band have proven that their endless creativity and DIY approach is a force to be reckoned with. 

‘FUCKABLE’ sets the tone of a new rock inspired musical landscape, representing the imminent wave of accomplished girl bands that ditch the ‘girl’ tag and make honest, fun music for a new generation.

Fake Club will be supporting The Answer on their UK tour this February and ‘FUCKABLE’ will be available on iTunes from March 24th.



Sunday, January 26, 2014

#NEWTRACK -Tanika - Finally Found It

Last night saw one of London’s most exciting emerging urban-pop artists this year, Tanika, drop an incredible new song on her SoundCloud.  Teasing her fans with new material, Tanika shared ‘Finally Found It’ on her social networks late last night as something to whet the appetite for the coming weeks.
‘Finally Found It’ was produced by west London electronic outfit, Horror Stories, with the garage influenced beats paying homage to one of Tanika’s many influences.  The track is brooding with emotion and as ever, Tanika’s stunning vocals soar above the beat effortlessly.
Stay tuned for more new music in the next couple of weeks.  Until then enjoy this little teaser, courtesy of Tanika.


Saturday, January 25, 2014

#NEWS - REPTILE YOUTH Announce new track -

Danish indie pop anti-heroes REPTILE YOUTH announce their brand new track ‘JJ’ is to be released February 10th, followed by the brand new album ‘Rivers That Run For A Sea That Is Gone’, out March 10th. Founding members Mads Damsgaard Kristiansen and Esben Valløe, known for their explosive live shows and punk attitude will debut this new material at the Shacklewell Arms in London on April 4th,  showing London again exactly what Denmark and the rest of Europe have been privy to for the past 2 years.

JJ is just under 5 minutes of guitar-drenched sun-soaked melodies hinting at a synth underbelly and combining to create a wonderful hippy soundtrack; a soon-to-be festival staple that will light up any room/tent/field it comes across. ‘Rivers That Run For A Sea That Is Gone’ is a record full to bursting with beautiful melodies, inspiring lyrics and massive songs to lose your mind to; RTRFASTIG will knock you off your feet (River That Run For A Sea That Is Gone), hit you straight in the heart (Where You End I Begin) and sometimes even blow your mind (All The Noise).

Friday, January 24, 2014


WE ARE SHINING is a project comprised of two London based music makers, who together have created a hypnotic blend of vocal led beats.
Meeting in London, the duo Acyde and Morgan discovered an affinity for making music combining Morgan's innovative production technique with Acyde's unique vocal style.
Their music exhibits an outright lack of restraint - intense ups and downs, instinctive outbursts, raw beats and random noise - what holds their music together is what should in fact tear it apart. It adheres to no single style or genre but stands out for its unique and forward thinking approach.
WE ARE SHINING have been working on their debut album which features a host of surprise collaborations.


Thursday, January 23, 2014

#NEWS - Carrie Tree reveals video for new single -

For Brighton’s Carrie Tree, 2013 was a landmark year, capped by a performance on the new 2000+ capacity William’s Green stage at Glastonbury Festival (along with bands like Alt-J and The Vaccines). In 2014, Carrie will release her new album Home To The Invisible on March 17th through Wild Cedar Records, preceded by new single Mama Kita.

Mama Kita was recorded Sussex UK, and in Durban, South Africa, at Headroom Studios and features the vocal talents of Albert Mazibuko from Ladysmith Black Mambazo. The track benefits from some traditional African instruments like Kora (African harp), Nyatiti, Djembe, Endingidi (traditional Ugandan tube fiddle) and also cello, fretless bass, guitar and percussion.

Watch the video in full here:

Carrie will also be on tour. Full details are below:

Jan 2014

29th  The Jenny Lind, Hastings

Feb 2014

2nd  The Grey Lady, Tunbridge
4th  Ronnie Scotts, London
6th  Komedia, Brighton
7th  Farnham Maltings Café, Farnham
8th  Horsebridge Centre, Whitstable
9th  Lewis Con Club, Lewis
12th  Prince Albert, Stroud
13th  South Devon Arts, Totness
20th  The Hare and Hounds, Birmingham


2nd  Slaughtered Lamb, London

Wednesday, January 22, 2014


 Sophie Ellis-Bextor has announced she will release her new album ‘Wanderlust’ on the 20th January preceded by the single ‘Young Blood’. To follow the release of her new album, Sophie has also announced a 10-date UK tour this April.

The April tour will kick off in Birmingham on the 7th and commence on the 19th in Glasgow and a second London show at Union Chapel on 11th April has been announced due to demand.
‘Wanderlust’ will be Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s fifth studio album. Co-written, produced and arranged by acclaimed singer-songwriter Ed Harcourt, Wanderlust was recorded in a London studio in just two weeks with a tightly-knit group of musicians and friends.
First single ‘Young Blood’ is a life affirming testament to true love, beautifully accompanied by Ed Harcourt’s plaintive piano and soaring string arrangement.
 "The album is about roaming and your sense of where you come from, and how you take home with you but you also have this desire to get out there and see the world. I found making this album really empowering. I felt like after ten years of making records, this is like the biggest present to myself. I’m really proud of it and I feel really excited.”
Sophie’s new album sees the 34 year old star blossoming into an accomplished singer -songwriter with its 11 powerfully understated songs showcasing a newfound maturity, both lyrically and musically.

Tickets are available from Live Nation

Tues 21st          London                       Bush Hall (sold out)

Mon 7th            Birmingham                Institute
Tues 8th            Oxford                        Academy
Thurs 10th        London                       Union Chapel
Fri 11th             London                       Union Chapel (extra date added due to demand)
Sun 13th           Bournemouth              Academy
Mon 14th          Brighton                      Concorde 2
Tues 15th          Bristol                         Academy
Thurs 17th        Gateshead                 Sage (Hall 2)
Fri 18th             Manchester                  Ritz
Sat 19th            Glasgow                      Oran Mor

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

#NEWS - Example releases new single 'Kids Again' on 16th March -

Hotfooting his way straight onto the airwaves this January in true Example style is the UK’s biggest dance anthem hit-maker, returning with his latest single, ‘Kids Again’ which will release on 16th March. 

One of the UK’s biggest male artists following on from his #1 platinum album ‘Playing in the Shadows’, and most recent gold selling album, ‘The Evolution of Man’Example has notched up two huge Top 5 albums, six Top 10 singles including two No.1’s. The release of ‘Kids Again’ marks the start of yet another massive year for him as he’s poised and ready to release his fifth studio album via his new label home, Sony Music’s Epic UK.

Having hung up his rapping boots for good, last year Example showcased both his vocal and undeniable production skills on the first monster single, ‘All The Wrong Places’, from the new album. True to form, ‘Kids Again’ offers no respite from the high-octane, synth driven anthems Example repeatedly tears up the charts with. Adored by his ever-growing army of fans who notoriously shatter dance floors and festivals fields to pieces during his live sets, this new single pays homage to his signature main stage festival and stadium sound.
The live arena is where Example is a true master, his critically acclaimed live sets have seen him sell out a mammoth UK arena tour, projected him to main stage headline slots at two of the UK’s biggest dance music festivals, Global Gathering and SW4, while he’s effortlessly stolen the show on line-ups including Rockness and Parklife along with clinching one of the biggest televised BBC broadcasts to millions from Glastonbury 2013 of his Other 
Stage performance ahead of co-headliners Chase & Status. Always a regular favourite on the White Isle, Example sound tracked last summer with his season residency at Ibiza and Mallorca Rocks alongside his assault on the worldwide festival circuit playing to huge crowds everywhere from Sydney to Switzerland, Bali, Budapest, Auckland and Azerbaijan.
Following huge support and spins from Radio 1’s Zane Lowe, Danny Howard and 1Xtra’s MistaJam of the massive Zed Bias, MOTi and Dimension remixesthe ‘Kids Again’ original mix will receive its first national plays on the 31st January.

‘Kids Again’ will be available to pre-order from iTunes on 19th January.

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Monday, January 20, 2014


Cleo T, a young french songwriter with a great passion for Italy and lover of the Arts and Beauty. We met before her live @2PeriodicoCafè in Rome. 
With she we enter in a world built with the sound of imagies, harmonies and dark romanticism. 
Are you ready to see the best cabaret?

Let's start talking about your connection with Italy, which is peculiar. You are French, from Paris, but your tour began a short time ago from Turin and you've already been in Italy several times. Where does all this tie with Italy come from?

It 'a mixture of several things. First of all, my family comes from Corsica, my grandfather moved to Genoa, but was born in Corsica, and for me it felt always kind of magical to hear him speak in this strange Italian, because in fact it is a very strange dialect. I have this sort of southern roots, that I have some 'forgotten when i was young. But at some point of my life i realized that Italy was calling me. Every time i came here for the holidays I felt at home, and so i started getting interested in Italian culture, literature, painting and Italy is a country that you can not miss when you talk about the history of art and cinema, of which i am also a big fan.

There's a song in your album, “Triste Stella”, which is sung in Italian indeed.

I've written this shortly before recording it... I think you can hear it when i sing it! For me it was a bit 'like a game, even a dream, to achieve my Italian dream. The song is the story of a dancer who expects her boyfriend who perhaps may never come..

Your album was released on December 6, but it was ready exactly a year before, in 2012, what's happened in the meantime?

In music it is hard to break when you do not make that “electro-pop” music. I realized that i could not find a nice way to work as I wanted in France even though I had this label of the nicest people (Macaco Record). So I created my own label, and although it is a lot of work, in this way I was able to find partners in each country: in Germany, England, Spain. For me it was nice to work with people who know their territory, even if it was up to me coordinate everything to publis this record a little 'everywhere, to manage the tour and coordinate the production. It was very hard but it is a somewhat “modern music making”, because now you have to find alternatives to the usual production. It took a long time and now we want to do a second album, maybe next summer! It was important for me to release this album in a nice way, totally independent. I must admit, however, the help of great people like John Parish.

So how did this collaboration with John Parish began?

Well i wanted John Parish from a long time: I fell in love with "To Bring You My Love" and the album he recorded for 16 Horsepower, "Low Estate". I'm not good with technical stuff, you can say that I hate them, I don't care much about them. But with him it was the first time I heard the sound of an emotion, because he is very good at recreating intimate atmospheres, while maintaining a great power of sound.

Can we say that there has been a great empathy between you two?

Yes, for me he was already in the project: the album could not exist without him.
We met in Paris and I started to send him all the demos of the first things I did by myself. It all had a terrible sound, but i sent him anyway. He then became interested in the project and so i asked him to redo some of the songs i had sent him but he didn't have the time, he was overwhelmed because he was recording "Let England Shake" by PJ Harvey, and so on. Then one night I met him completely by chance in Milan, it was around midnight. It was definitely a sign of destiny! He must have thought I was stalking him! (laughs) And a couple days after that day we said ok, let's find a way to do it.

And so "Songs of Gold and Shadow" was born. There is a little 'of Italy, a bit' of France... what can you say about this album?

This album was very important for me because I decided to try to do something by myself, of my own. It is not easy because you have to open and try everything and can be very hard. But for me it was like a trip. I had no idea about the type or genre of music that would have come out because I listen to so many things, I did not want to do things specifically rock or folk, and as a result there is no genre to describe this album. I think I've only wanted to listen to myself and see what came out, without a precise idea. For me it was the most important thing, to be close to me. It is not easy to find yourself!

Behind the imagery that your figure came to recreate there's this sort of Paris cabaret, the Moulin Rouge... Would you say that this is true? The cover of the album is a re-enactment of Klimt, the writing style of the title that is very reminiscent Mucha... Is this a “retro” disc?

I do not know if I can call it retro, but it is a way to give tribute to the artists of the past that have done, said, designed and promoted the Beauty. I tried to incorporate their message and pass it. I don't want just to be retro, i'm trying to find the voices of today and tomorrow. There are artists from the past that inspire me a lot. Today in France arts are very separate: music, painting, literature... for me it's the opposite. This year I have not heard many cd for example but I've seen many shows! These are things that inspire me, and allow me to translate a certain kind of art to another.

This concept also emerges from the video you released, "We All". It 's very artistic, very heavy, well-researched… Are you inspired by something or someone in particular?

There are so many people in this album... there Fellini, Nina Simone, Franz Schubert, there is Elvis Presley, even if you can't hear him but he is a God (laughs), Klimt like you said, there is symbolism, there is the music I hear in Gustave Moreau, one of my favorite painters... It is a very personal journey and, although maybe i should, i'm not trying to make a “beautiful song”.

Why did you choose to cover "Someday My Prince Will Come"?

(laughs) It is not about "Snow White," I do not remember the movie, but it was the song itself, which I find beautiful in all its versions, from Miles Davis to many others. I feel very inspired by the world of fairy tales, the album is one of those, like "Alice In Wonderland". In the forest, seeking the light in the darkness... For me it's a perfect fairy tale. And with these two aspects of light and dark, to whom refer the terms “Golden” and “Shadow”, i offer this incredible hope, because without hope of finding the great beauty, love, the Prince, you can not continue to live but ... at the same time, in this song for me you can feel the total despair. Will never come, of course, the Prince, because it is not real! The reality for me is in the middle between the ideal and the absolute terrible sadness. The beauty has a delicate balance, so I decided to sing it.

So are you a big romantic?

(laughs) Yes it's true, and love is very beautiful and very tough at the same time.

For more information:

Friday, January 17, 2014

The 'Lights Go Low' in London for Satellite Stories

Brilliant new electro-indie-pop single released February 3rd, followed by UK tour

Hotly tipped by the likes of NME, Q, Clash, The Fly, MTV UK and The Line of Best Fit, Finnish indie group Satellite Stories explode into 2014 with new single ‘Lights Go Low’ and a tour of the UK.

Formed of Esa Mankinen (vocals/guitar), Marko Heikkinen (lead guitar), Jyri Pesonen (Bass/vocals) and Olli-Pekka Ervasti (drums), the group have generated a reputation for creating powerful indie pop and the new single is no different.

Previous single ‘Campfire’ sent Satellite Stories to No.1 on the Hype Machine ‘most blogged about’ artist chart. Their energetic sound has led to them receiving comparisons with bands such as Two Door Cinema Club and Tokyo Police Club.

You can hear their second single 'Lights Go Low' here:

Satellite Stories will be playing on February 11th, at the Old Blue Last in London at 8pm. It will be FREE entry!!

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Fatherson debut "I Like Not Knowing" and announce Lonely The Brave tour

Fatherson have been making a name for themselves in Scotland for sometime now - selling out their last Glasgow show, over 500 people singing every word. And that infectious support has pulled them out above their peers, cultivating a dedication amongst their fanbase that trancends the norm. They're a group that are important to those who know, and 2014 - with the release of their debut album and further shows south of the border - will see that importance spread signifcantly.

The band have supported the likes of Idlewild, Frightened Rabbit and Twin Atlantic and today announce that their full length, "I Am An Island", will be coming April 7th on A Modern Way. "I Like Not Knowing" is the first recording from the album sessions to see the light of day, and contains exactly the kind of propulsive, anthemic indie-rock that their fans have come to expect from the band.

Fatherson have also been included in a compilation released in the last week by Radio 1's Ally McCrae called New Moons: Volume 1. They feature alongside other buzzed about groups including Slaves, Laurel and Tall Ships.

The band will also be main support to one of 2014's most widely touted bands, Lonely The Brave, later this month.

You can see them at the following dates:

26th     Glasgow, King Tuts *                     
27th     Manchester, Deaf Institute            
28th     Leicester, Academy 2                                 
30th     London, Cargo                                             
31st      Aldershot, West End Centre                      


1st        Nottingham, Rock City Basement             
4th        Southampton, Joiners                   
5th        Leeds, Cockpit                                             
7th        Norwich, Open                                 
8th        Cambridge, Junction 2                  

* Ross Leighton acoustic set

Wednesday, January 15, 2014


Brazilian rap girl gang PEARLS NEGRAS have released their video for ‘Pensado Em Você, a track from their Biggie Apple Mixtapewhich was unleashed at the end of 2013 to praise from across the globe. The video for the song (translated to English as ‘Thinking Of You’) was shot in the square which is at the very top of the Vidigal Favella in Rio De Janiero where the band grew up and continue to live now, and the break dancers in the video are all close friends of the group.
The bands unique music and lyrics reflect both the danger and the colour of life as a teenager in one of the toughest and biggest cities in the world, with tracks on their mixtape both reflecting the social disaffection and daily protest happening in Rio, and the day-to-day happenings of girls who still wear braces in their teeth.


Black Submarine have announced their debut album ‘New Shores’, which will be released on 9th March via Kobalt Music, with a free track ‘Black Submarine’ available to download now from the band’s website.
Black Submarine are Nick McCabe (ex-The Verve guitarist), Simon Jones (ex-The Verve bassist), Davide Rossi (multi-instrumentalist/string arranger for Goldfrapp/Coldplay), Michele ‘Mig’ Schillace (ex-drummer for Portishead/Santa Cruz) and London-based vocalist Amelia Tucker.
Black Submarine began in 2008, after Nick McCabe and Simon Jones asked Davide Rossi to provide string parts for The Verve’s ‘Forth’. Striking a common vein of pop sensibility and grandeur, the three continued to share inspiration as Rossi came out on tour with the band. The trio enlisted Michele ‘Mig’ Schillace, a longtime friend, and flew to Denmark to record in 2009. Back in the UK, Schillace had been managing Bristolian singer Amelia Tucker, who was an unexpected compliment to Rossi’s vocals, and blown away by her voice, incorporated Tucker as a fulltime member.

After originally releasing their ‘Kurofune EP’ as Black Ships in 2011, the five passed ideas between their home set ups, with Tucker working into the material the band had generated in Denmark and a year later, they reconvened in McCabe’s South London studio.
Mixed by Jim Spencer (Robert Wyatt, Echo & The Bunnymen, Factory Floor, Oasis), Black Submarine’s debut is an 11-track record of spaced-out vocals, deep beats, rolling bass-lines, molten soundscapes, meditative chord sequences and explosive string-arrangements. Sounding like the nether-space between early morning and daybreak, these songs are a transformation of the music that surrounded each member in their early careers, made relevant again by the hybrid of today’s contemporary sound.

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

#NEWS - Sam Smith debut album 'In The Lonely Hour' -

At start of end of an incredible year already for BRIT and BBC Sound Poll winner Sam Smith, he announces the release of his debut album ‘In The Lonely Hour’ on 26th May through Capitol Records.  2013 saw Sam’s journey from featured vocalist onDisclosure’s big breakout hit ‘Latch’ to being awarded one of the industry’s biggest accolades for a new artist, the Brit’s Critics Choice Award.  To add to the accolade Sam has just been announced as the winner of the prestigious BBC Sound Poll 2014.

‘In The Lonely Hour’ is a 10-track labour of love for Sam ‘I said to myself, I don’t want to have a genre. ‘I wanted to take a risk’.  In the course of putting it together, Sam has worked with a roll call of blue chip collaborative names including Fraser T Smith, Two Inch Punch, Eg White, Disclosure, Zane Lowe, Tourist and long term writing partner Jimmy Napes.  Despite the impressive list of partnerships, the album still has Sam’s signature all over it making his own unique sound amplified by his mesmerising and unforgettable vocal.
His first single release will be the albums big pop moment, ‘Money On My Mind’, a Two Inch Punch produced smash.  But there is melancholia within. Centring on the subject on an unrequited love, it is duty bound to make the listener a little teary as it uplifts. ‘I think so. I’ve been talking about album titles and people are saying “oh but it’s too sad” but that’s what it’s about. I was sad and I wrote about being sad.
Sam’s 2013 highlights include his work with Naughty Boy on the MOBO winning, No.1 hit single ‘La La La’ to date amassing a mammoth 225 million views.  Live has seen him on tour with Disclosure playing at some of the biggest events in the music calendar from Glastonbury to Coachella and the Warehouse Project, culminating in a huge TV performance with Naughty Boy at the MOBOs.  Earlier this year Sam posted a raw acoustic video for his aching grief ballad ‘Lay Me Down’ reaching over a millionviews and gaining a further army of followers.  This was followed by his debut EP ‘Nirvana’ released through PMR which was embraced by critics and fans alike. 

His live solo show has also spread its wings and with sold out dates at London’s Islington Assembly Hall, The Mercury Lounge in New York, two sell out dates at The Troubadour in LA and a recently announced 2014 tour, which has seen Shepherds Bush already sell out and a further London date sold out at the Roundhouse.  Further US dates have been announced with a North American tour now on sale.

Before Christmas fans got a taste of South Beach sunshine when courtesy of an afternoon in the studio collectively Sam, Jimmy, Disclosure and the legendary Nile Rodgers decided to release ‘Together’ accompanied by a video from acclaimed illustrator and designer Kate Moross. 

With the release of ‘Money On My Mind’ in February, his UK tour, the debut album due in the Spring and a freshly inked deal withCapitol Records in the US - now making him a global signing, winning the Brits Critics Choice Award and now the BBC Sound Poll 2014 is shaping up to be a big.

Capitol Records Release Sam Smith’s debut single ‘Money On My Mind’ on 16th February 2014 taken from the album ‘In The Lonely Hour’ out on 26th May 2014.

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Sunday, January 12, 2014

#NEWS - FEATHERS - New EP 'Only One'

Austin, TX based group FEATHERS, return with the release of their new EP ‘Only One’ on January 13th, 2014.  The EP features two brand new songs ‘Wild Love’ and ‘The Only One’ along with brand new mixes of tracks ‘Believe’ and ‘Familiar So Strange’ that featured on the band’s debut album ‘If All Here Now’.

Feathers will begin 2014 with two shows in New York City prior to embarking on a European tour as the direct support forDepeche Mode beginning on January 15th in Barcelona, Spain before heading to the UK at the end of January. Feathers will also play a headline show in London at Birthday’s on February 1st.

Formed in 2011, Feathers began as Anastasia Dimou's recording project. The band's debut full-length album, If All Now Here, was released this past May to huge critical acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic.

Jan 7 - New York, NY - Mercury Lounge*
Jan 15 – Barcelona, Spain – Palau St Jordi
Jan 15 & 18 – Madrid, Spain - Palacio de Desportes

Jan 21 – Montpellier, France - Arena
Jan 23 – Lyon, France - Halle Tony Garnier
Jan 25 – Antwerp, Beligum - Sportpaleis
Jan 27 - Birmingham, UK - LG Arena
Jan 29 & 31 Paris, France – Bercy
Feb 1 – London, UK – Birthdays*
* - Feathers headline shows

Instagram: @feathersmusic