Brett Anderson announces UK tour

Former Suede man hits the road in September

Brett Anderson announces UK tour
Brett Anderson has announced details of a UK tour this September, following the release of his new album 'Wilderness'.

The former Suede man is expected to be joined onstage by cellist Amy Langley, who recently performed with him at London's Mermaid Theatre.

'Wilderness' is released September 1 but will be available from independent record stores from August 14.

Brett Anderson plays the following dates:

Leeds City Varieties (September 25)
Manchester Royal Northern College Of Music (26)
Glasgow Oran Mor (27)
Brighton St Georges Church (29)
London Shepherds Bush Empire (30)


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