The Trouble Notes will headline at Manchester’s The Castle, one of a number of dates they are performing before Glastonbury Festival.

Since their formation in 2013, The Trouble Notes have been delivering a genre bending sound to redefine modern folk music.

The perennial travellers primary instrumentation features violin, guitar and percussion, but their overall production dwarves this sound, with videos of performances going viral as they perform at some of Europe’s latest festivals.

With the band set to release their second studio album Liberty Awaits in later this year, they will return to the UK for the first time since the start of the pandemic.  The Trouble Notes have performances at Glastonbury Festival, Kite Festival, Wickham Folk Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the Summer Solstice at Stonehenge lined up.  They will also be performing a series of headline shows at venues across the UK including a gig in Manchester.

Liberty Awaits is the 2nd Studio Album from The Trouble Notes. Recorded in the TRACK Konservatorium while on residency in Kortrijk, Belgium, the sophomore album from The Trouble Notes is an exploration of world folk styles and an attempt to further explore the complex nuances of the rich cultural fabric of our world

When do The Trouble Notes headline at Manchester’s The Castle?

The Trouble Notes headline at Manchester’s The Castle on 18 June 2022.

Image of The Trouble Notes courtesy Stefanie Tendler