The run of shows includes an intimate set at London's Bethnal Green Working Men's Club

Ariel Pink has announced a run of UK tour dates.

The shows will take place this June, and see the Los Angeles based singer visiting Liverpool, Leeds, Glasgow, Bristol and London. See below for full information.

Pink has also shared a new video for his song ‘Jell-O’, which was co-written by musical svengali Kim Fowley, who passed away earlier this year. The Dan Kapelovitz-directed video is dedicated to Fowley. Pink lead the tributes to Fowley following his death in January.

Ariel Pink plays:

Liverpool District (June 13)
Leeds Brudenell Social Club (14)
Glasgow CCAA (15)
Bristol Colston Hall (16)
London Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club (17)

Pink recently starred in a short film called Vagabond alongside Friends’ vocalist Samantha Urbani which debuted at the Sugar Mountain festival in Melbourne, Australia. The film sees Pink playing a cab driver in Los Angeles, with Urbani featuring as a passenger alongside Tim Koh from Pink’s own band. It was directed by Australian filmmaker Johann Rashid.

Pink released his most recent album ‘Pom Pom‘ in November of last year. The album is the 10th studio release by the alt-pop musician (real name Ariel Marcus Rosenberg), but the first to be put out under a solo guise rather than as Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti.

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