Cass McCombs announces UK tour for 2012 - ticket details

The singer songwriter will play four UK shows in March

Cass McCombs announces UK tour for 2012 - ticket details
Cass McCombs has announced plans for a four date tour of the UK, set to take place in March 2012.

The shows follow the release of 'Humor Risk', his second album of this year after 'Wit's End'. Both albums were produced by Cass McCombs and Ariel Rechtshaid. The singer songwriter will kick off the mini tour on March 5 at Manchester's Band on the Wall before shows in Glasgow and Liverpool, finishing up at London's Union Chapel on March 9.

'Humor Risk' was recorded in California, New York, New Jersey and Chicago. The single 'Robin Egg Blue' is out now. On January 31, 2012, McCombs will release 'Bradley Manning', a song written for the soldier arrested for allegedly leaking information to Wikileaks.

Cass McCombs plays:

Manchester Band on the Wall (March 5)
Glasgow Stereo (6)
Liverpool Leaf (7)
London Union Chapel (9)

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