Brooke Bentham has been announced to support Soccer Mommy’s UK tour, which comes to Manchester’s Deaf Institute in September.

The announcement comes as Brooke Bentham prepares to release new material.

Aged just twenty-two, Brooke Bentham’s music nonetheless carries the weight of someone who’s lived a hundred lives already. She was born and raised – in large, part, fending for herself with three older brothers – in Southshields (just outside Newcastle), before relocating to New Cross to study at Goldsmith’s. Here she at last felt part of a wider arts community, forming her live band and finding a mutual sense of camaraderie among a new generation of South London creatives.

Brooke graduated just last year, and released her acclaimed debut EP The Room Swayed – an at times-brutally honest dissection of relationships – forming the backdrop to her final year.   Lead tracks such as Heavy & Ephemeral and I Need Your Body garnered significant radio support as did follow-up EP This Rapture.

When does Brooke Bentham support Soccer Mommy at The Deaf Institute?

Brooke Bentham supports Soccer Mommy at the Deaf Institute on 5 September.  The Manchester gig is just one of eight UK and Ireland dates they will perform together before a run of shows in Europe:
4 September   –   Birmingham, Hare and Hounds
5 September   –   Manchester, The Deaf Institute
7 September   –   Dublin, The Grand Social
8 September   –   Liverpool, Shipping Forecast
10 September   –   Nottingham, Boedga
11 September   –   Bristol, Thekla
12 September   –   Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
13 September   –   London, Scala