Kawala have released their new single Jesse C’mon as they build towards the release of debut album Better With You in March.

The album will be accompanied by a string of in-store acoustic shows including Manchester’s HMV.  They will then return to Manchester in April for a headline show at the O2 Ritz.

Jesse C’mon sees the band creating a song for those in the world who have a little issue with the trust.  As they explain, “Jesse is a character we made up who represents and embodies all the people in the world who intentionally lie all the time.  Everybody knows a Jesse.”

Kawala will release their debut album Better With You on 4 March.  The album contains previous single Searching.  The album marks the culmination of years of work which has seen them grow and pick up huge support from fans and media alike.  They have played socially distances shows in UK parks, appeared on FIFA 21, written and performed their own YouTube sitcom, become ambassadors for the Music Venue Trust and performed sold out shows at the O2 Kentish Town Forum.

To accompany the release of Better With You, Kawala will perform nine in-store acoustic shows in March including HMV Manchester and HMV Liverpool.  They will then set out on a headline UK tour in April, including Manchester’s O2 Ritz.

When do Kawala perform at Manchester’s HMV?

Kawala bring their acoustic instore tour to Manchester’s HMV on 4 March 2022.  The Manchester date is one of nine shows they are performing:
3 March   –   Bristol, Rough Trade (6pm)
4 March   –   Liverpool, HMV (12.30pm)
4 March   –   Manchester, HMV (5pm)
5 March   –   Leeds, Crash Records (1pm)
5 March   –   Newcastle, Beyond Vinyl (6pm)
7 March   –   Birmingham, HMV (12.30pm)
7 March   –   Nottingham, Rough Trade (6pm)
8 March   –   London, Rough Trade East (6pm)
10 March   –   Kingston, Banquet Records (6pm)

When do Kawala headline at Manchester’s O2 Ritz?

Kawala headline at Manchester’s O2 Ritz on 13 April 2022.  The Manchester gig is one of seven UK headline shows they are playing:
7 April   –   Leeds, Stylus
8 April   –   Edinburgh, The Caves
9 April   –   Glasgow, Saint Luke’s
11 April   –   Birmingham, O2 Institute
12 April   –   Bristol, Marble Factory
13 April   –   Manchester, O2 Ritz
15 April   –   London, Shepherds Bush