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Bill Ryder-Jones is going to release a piano version of his album ‘Yawn’

It's called ‘Yawny Yawn’, and will see him tour the UK in September.
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Published: 11:22 am, June 03, 2019
Bill Ryder-Jones is going to release a piano version of his album ‘Yawn’

Bill Ryder-Jones is going to release a piano version of his 2018 album, ‘Yawn’.

Titled ‘Yawny Yawn’, the new release will be released on 26th July, accompanied by a handful of festival performances (Glastonbury, Electric Fields, Green Man and more) and a September tour.

“I can't remember why I thought it was a good idea to make a piano version of Yawn,” says Bill, “I presume at some point I felt that the original had too much pep. Was actually quite fun to make although I've since developed a dislike for the way my hands look.”

The tour will visit:

SEPTEMBER
24 Bar 1886, Isle of Man
26 South Streets Art Centre, Reading
27 Tom Thumb Theatre, Margate
29 The Phoenix, Exeter
30 The Joiners, Southampton

OCTOBER
02 St Mattias, London
04 Upper Chapel, Sheffield
05 The Brewery, Kendal
06 Band on the Wall, Manchester

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