Badly Drawn Boy announces UK tour and ticket details

Singer-songwriter will hit the road from October 16

Badly Drawn Boy announces UK tour and ticket details
Badly Drawn Boy has announced details of an upcoming tour of the UK.

The singer-songwriter – real name Damon Gough – will kick off the jaunt in Scarborough on October 16, ending the dates in London on October 27.

Meanwhile, Gough is set to release a trilogy of albums he is calling 'It's What I'm Thinking', with the first installment 'Pt.1 – Photographing Snowflakes' due out on October 4.

The LP's first single, released on September 27, will be called 'Too Many Miracles'.

Badly Drawn Boy will play:

Scarborough Spa Theatre (October 16)
Holmfirth Picturedrome (17)
Birmingham Town Hall (18)
Glasgow Old Fruit Market (20)
Manchester Royal Northern College Of Music (21)
Bristol St Georges (25)
London Bloomsbury Theatre (27)


Tickets go on sale this Friday (July 30) at 9am (BST)

To check the availability of Badly Drawn Boy tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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