Chloe Foy has released her new single Where Shall We Begin and confirmed a string of UK tour dates.

The run of shows includes a hometown Manchester gig at Gullivers as well as a local show at Bury’s The Met andLeaf in Liverpool.

Where Shall We Begin is the title track of her upcoming debut album, due out on 11 June.  The album is set to close the chapter on a formative period for the Manchester songwriter.  After losing her father to depression, Foy embarked on a ten-year-period where she followed her career path tirelessly whilst also dealing with the internal and external fallout from losing an influential figure so young.  As she explains, “For me, this album has come out of a decade of hard graft, trying to balance my craft with making a living, whilst taking my time to get it right. All whilst dealing with the fallout of a huge bereavement in my most formative years. I was finding it hard to work out who I was within this new, alien context of losing a parent.”

Speaking about the single, Chloe Foy said, “This song is about the moment that the complexity of life dawns on you. When you lose people you love, you realise life isn’t what you hoped or expected it to be and feel quite betrayed by that.

“However, it’s also a nod to those who are around to comfort us and who bring us round to the idea that maybe it’ll be ok.”

When does Chloe Foy headline at Manchester’s Gullivers?

Chloe Foy headlines at Gullivers, Manchester, on 13 October 2021.  The Manchester gig is one of 15 UK dates announced which also include The Met, Bury and Leaf, Liverpool:
1 October   –   Birmingham, Dead Wax
2 October   –   Bury, The Met
4 October   –   Leicester, The COokie
5 October   –   Liverpool, Leaf
6 October   –   Glasgow, The Hug and Pint
7 October   –   Durham, The Old Cinema Launderette
8 October   –   Sheffield, The Dorothy Pax
9 October   –   Bristol, The Louisiana
13 October   –   Manchester, Gullivers
14 October   –   London, Paper Dress Vintage
15 October   –   Corsham, Pound Arts Centre
17 October   –   Oxford, The Jericho Tavern
19 October   –   Tunbridge Wells, Forum
20 October   –   Brighton, Prince Albert
21 October   –   Guildford, Boileroom