Emmy The Great announces UK tour Emmy The Great Tickets

Plus singer covers Ash for new single

Emmy The Great announces UK tour
Emmy The Great, who is about to tour the UK, has covered Ash's 2001 hit 'Burn Baby Burn' for the B-side of their next single.

The track will feature as the B-side for single 'First Love', which will be released on seven-inch vinyl and download formats on February 23. It is the title track of her debut album, out February 9.

The singer/songwriter is set to head out on a UK tour at the end of January.

Emmy The Great will play:

Oxford Academy (January 31)
Exeter Phoenix (February 1)
Brighton Komedia (2)
Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach (3)
Gloucester Guildhall (5)
Bath Chapel Arts (6)
Reading South Street (7)
Norwich Arts Centre (9)
Colchester Arts Centre (10)
Nottingham Bodega (11)
Liverpool Academy 2 (12)
Glasgow King Tuts (14)
Aberdeen Moshulu (15)
Edinburgh Cabaret Voltaire (16)
Newcastle Cluny (17)
Sheffield Plug (19)
Leeds Brudenell Social Club (20)
Hull Adelphi (21)
Stoke Sugarmill (22)
Manchester Ruby Lounge (24)
Birmingham Glee (25)
Bristol Fleece (26)
London ULU (27)


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