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September 2019
On the road

Willie J Healey has unveiled a load of headline shows for February and March

He's currently out with Slaves.
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Published: 12:07 pm, November 12, 2018Words: Sam Taylor. Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
Willie J Healey has unveiled a load of headline shows for February and March

Willie J Healey is heading out on tour early next year.

The February / March shows will follow on from his support tour with Slaves, who he’s on the road with right now, and the release of '666 Kill'.

The new EP is out now via Yala! Records, and is described as “an experiment” Healey set himself “to rapidly put together a body of work from his first idea to completion without overthinking any part of the process.”

The new dates are as follows:

FEBRUARY
13 Brighton, Prince Albert
14 Oxford, The Bullingdon
16 Southampton, Heartbreakers
20 Manchester, YES (YALA! club night)
21 Edinburgh, Sneaky Pete’s
22 Glasgow, McChuils (YALA! club night)
23 Newcastle, Think Thank?
28 Birmingham, The Sunflower Lounge

MARCH
01 Leicester, The Cookie
02 Guildford, The Boileroom

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