Anna Erhard will headline at The Lodge at Manchester’s Deaf Institute on her 8 date run of UK shows.

As well as the Manchester gig, Anna Erhard will headline dates in London, Bristol and Leeds during the tour.

The UK tour comes after Anna Erhard released her latest single 170 in August.  The indie/art-pop track marks the first new music from the Swiss-born, Berlin-based artist since her 2022 album Campsite.  The tour also comes hot off the heels of her debut UK mini-tour earlier this year which included a sell-out London gig, TGE showcases and live sessions for BBC 6 Music and Radio X.

Campsite marked Anna Erhard’s second solo album.  The full lengther found Anna Erhard embracing a new way of working, with indie-pop and dry humour over production from ex-Wir Sind Helden drummer Pola Roy.

Now, 170 continues in this vein.  Beats, guitars, slacker pop vibes and pulsing chorus all combining to take on a playful theme.  As she explains, “My friend and I had a serious argument about how tall we are – I am obviously taller than her and I wrote this song to make her publicly admit that she was wrong when she said that I am not 170 (5’7″).  I’m 170 and she is shorter than me.”

When does Anna Erhard headline at Manchester’s The Lodge at the Deaf Institute?

Anna Erhard headlines at The Lodge at Manchester’s Deaf Institute on 23 September 2023.  The Manchester gig is one of 8 UK gigs she is headlining:
21 September – London, The Grace
22 September – Bristol, The Louisiana
23 September – Manchester, The Lounge
24 September – Glasgow, The Hug and Pint
25 September – Leeds, The Brudenell
27 September – Stowmarket, John Peel Centre
28 September – Southampton, Heartbreakers
30 September – St Leonards On Sea, Kino-Teatr

image of Anna Erhard courtesy Sonja Stadelmaier