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April 2020
On the road

Jamie Lenman is heading out on tour this November

There's also a new video for his Beatles cover, ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’.
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Published: 3:51 pm, August 20, 2019
Jamie Lenman is heading out on tour this November

Jamie Lenman has announced a lengthy UK tour for winter.

Playing in support of his latest album ‘Shuffle’, the news arrives alongside a video for his Beatles cover, ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’.

“I think this is my biggest solo tour ever and I’m thrilled to bits about it,” he says. “We’re going back to some places I haven’t been in over a decade, lots of new venues and hopefully lots of new friends.

“I’m really really looking forward to taking a deeper dive into Shuffle now everyone’s had a bit of time to digest it and bring some deeper cuts into the set. But obviously there’ll be a generous helping of old faves in there too, and maybe a couple of surprises!”

Watch ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’ below.

The tour will visit:

NOVEMBER
05 Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
06 Birmingham, O2 Academy Birmingham 3
07 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
11 Bristol, Thekla
12 Cambridge, The Portland Arms
13 Southampton,The Joiners
18 Brighton, Patterns
19 Norwich, The Waterfront
20 Gloucester, Gloucester Guildhall
24 Edinburgh, The Caves
25 Newcastle, The Cluny
26 Manchester, The Deaf Institute
30 London, MOTH Club

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