December 11, 2013 20:31

Johnny Flynn announces UK tour dates for 2014 - ticket details

The folk singer will play six dates this coming April

Johnny Flynn announces UK tour dates for 2014 - ticket details

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Johnny Flynn has announced plans for a six date UK tour.

Set to take place in April 2014, the folk singer will be playing shows in support of his third album, 'Country Mile'. The follow-up to his 2010 LP 'Been Listening' was released in September of this year. Flynn and his longtime collaborator Adam Beach produced the album themselves, recording tracks in a number of different studios in London and New York over the last two years. An animated video for the 'Country Mile' track 'Tinker's Trail' has just been released. Scroll down to watch.

Flynn will be playing with his band the Sussex Wit and will start his run of shows at Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms on April 8, following it with gigs at London's KOKO, York Fibbers, Newcastle Cluny, Liverpool Leaf and Cardiff's Glee Club.

An actor as well as a singer-songwriter, next year Flynn's film with Anne Hathaway, Song One, will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. 2014 will also see the release of the movie Sils Maria, which sees Flynn appearing alongside Chloë Grace Moretz, Kristen Stewart and Juliette Binoche.

Johnny Flynn and the Sussex Wit will play:

Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (April 8, 2014)
London KOKO (9)
York Fibbers (10)
Newcastle Cluny (11)
Liverpool Leaf (12)
Cardiff Glee Club (13)


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