February 14, 2012 14:33

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Brooklyn singer will play her biggest headline show to date on the five-date trek

Sharon Van Etten announces UK tour dates - ticket details

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Sharon Van Etten has announced a UK tour for May, which includes her biggest ever UK headline show at London's Scala on May 16.

Van Etten, known for her work with The Antlers and The National alongside her solo career, will also release new single ‘Leonard’, taken from third album 'Tramp' on March 12.

The Brooklyn-based singer songwriter is also one of the first confirmations for December National-curated ATP Nightmare Before Christmas, which takes place between December 7-9 at Butlins in Minehead, Somerset.

She will also appear at London’s Rough Trade East on February 28, and at Cargo on March 1.

You can stream Van Etten's latest album 'Tramp' on NME.com

Sharon Van Etten will play

London Scala (May 16)
Manchester Deaf Institute (17)
Dublin Whelans (18)
Leeds Brudenell Social Club (20)
Brighton Komedia (21)


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