December 19, 2013 18:27

Anna Calvi announces UK tour, streams Bruce Springsteen cover – listen

The singer songwriter has released a version of 'Fire' which was written by The Boss

Anna Calvi has announced plans for tour of the UK and Ireland, set to take place in February 2014.

The nine-date tour includes a previously announced gig at London's Troxy on February 8. The tour kicks off at Dublin Vicar Street on February 1 and includes shows in Belfast, Glasgow, Leeds, Leeds, Manchester and Brighton, before coming to an end on February 12 at the Komedia in Bath. Scroll down for full dates.

Meanwhile, Calvi has covered the Bruce Springsteen-penned 'Fire' as the B-side to her current single, 'Suddenly'. Click above to listen to Calvi's brooding version of the track, which was written in 1977 but not released by Springsteen until 1987, following a Pointer Sisters take on the song, which came out in 1978. Calvi released her second album, 'One Breath', in October, the follow-up to her self-titled 2011 debut.

Anna Calvi will play:

Dublin Vicar Street (February 1, 2014)
Belfast Empire (2)
Leeds Met University (4)
Glasgow The Arches (5)
Manchester Albert Hall (6)
London Troxy (8)
Birmingham Institute (10)
Brighton All Saints Church (11)
Bath Komedia (12)

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