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April 2020
On the road

Oscar Lang has announced a new tour for April

The run includes a stop at Notting Hill Arts Club in London.
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Published: 4:54 pm, March 13, 2020
Oscar Lang has announced a new tour for April

Oscar Lang has announced a new tour.

The optimistic popster has confirmed a handful of shows for April, including a stop at Notting Hill Arts Club in London, to celebrate the release of his new EP 'Overthunk'. He'll also play Live At Leeds and The Great Escape in May.

“The Overthunk EP is influenced by my previous indie-pop sound but mixed with some 60s folk and psychedelia that I grew up listening to,” he explains. “I wanted to write songs that were still strong even if you just played them on an acoustic guitar. It’s the style of music I’ve been writing ever since I started.” Blending together genres from his past and present, tracks such as ‘Applaud’ deal with the disorientating transition between student and full-time musician.”

Catch Oscar live at the following:

MARCH
3 Heaven, London (w/ Love Fame Tragedy)
7 Omeara, London (w/ Beabadoobee)

APRIL
20 Soup Kitchen, Manchester
21 Broadcast, Glasgow
22 O2 Academy 2, Newcastle
23 O2 Academy 3, Birmingham
24 Notting Hill Arts Club, London

MAY
2 Live At Leeds, Leeds
10 King Tuts, Glasgow (The Road To Great Escape)
11 Lost Lane, Dublin
14 The Great Escape, Brighton

SEPTEMBER
4 Electric Picnic, Ireland

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