Lucy Rose Announces Manchester Tour Date

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Set to perform at Manchester Academy 3

Lucy Rose has announced an Autumn tour of the UK in support of her forthcoming second album Work It Out.  The 23 date tour will kick off in Manchester at Manchester Academy 3 on 19 October.

Work It Out is set to be released on 6 July and features Lucy Rose’s new single Like An Arrow as well as her recent release Our Eyes.

Work It Out enters a whole new sonic space for the young Warwickshire musician. Where debut album, 2012’s Like I Used To, introduced a fascinatingly assured acoustic artist, rich of melody and deft of touch, Work It Out is the sound of Lucy Rose creating a bold new context for that voice.  No apologies.  The acoustic guitar remains present, but there’s nothing folk or shy about this record.

The full tour listing:

19 October   –   Manchester, Academy 3
20 October   –   Bath, Komedia
21 October   –   Cardiff, Tramshed
23 October   –   Norwich, Waterfront
24 October   –   Wrexham, Central
25 October   –   Carlisle, Brickyard
27 October   –   Aberdeen, Lemon Tree
28 October   –   Glasgow, Oran Mor
29 October   –   Belfast, Empire
30 October   –   Dublin, The Button Factory
1 November   –   Leeds, University Union
2 November   –   Exeter, Phoenix
3 November   –   Southend-on-Sea, Chinnery’s
7 November   –   Liverpool, O2 Academy 2
8 November   –   Oxford, O2 Academy
9 November   –   Leicester, O2 Academy 2
10 November   –   Northampton, Roadmender
12 November   –   Newcastle, Riverside
13 November   –   Warwick, Arts Centre
14 November   –   Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
15 November   –   Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
17 November   –   Stoke-on-Trent, Sugarmill
18 November   –   London, The Forum

Tickets to see Lucy Rose at Manchester Academy 3 on 19 October 2015 go on sale on Friday 29 May priced £15 plus booking fee.


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