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February 2020
On the road

Orlando Weeks has announced an intimate new tour for September

The stint includes two nights at Hoxton Hall in London.
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Published: 5:21 pm, July 31, 2019
Orlando Weeks has announced an intimate new tour for September

Orlando Weeks has announced a run of intimate shows for autumn.

The live run will kick off on 21st September with a night at Glasgow’s Blue Arrow, heading on to Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, and two nights in London.

“The album I’ve been working on for the last eighteen months is very nearly done,” he explains. “For me, holding my nerve has been a large part of finishing a record, and there’s a certain confidence that comes from discovering a song can survive in a room full of strangers. The flip side of that is that you unearth problems you wish had stayed buried. There’s every chance it won’t work, but that’s the gamble.”

The details are:

SEPTEMBER
21 GLASGOW Blue Arrow
22 MANCHESTER Deaf Institute
24 BIRMINGHAM Mama Roux's
25 LEEDS Brudenell Social Club
27 LONDON Hoxton Hall
28 LONDON Hoxton Hall

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