February 17, 2014 11:41

St Vincent announces trio of UK shows for May St Vincent Tickets

Annie Clark will be playing songs from her fourth album in Bristol, Glasgow and Leeds

St Vincent announces trio of UK shows for May

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St Vincent has announced three UK shows for May.

The US singer will play Bristol's O2 Academy on May 15, Glasgow's O2 ABC on May 16 and Leeds Met University on May 17. The shows will follow the release of Annie Clark's fourth album 'St Vincent' on February 24, as well as a short UK and Ireland tour which takes place later this week, including shows in London, Manchester and Dublin. Scroll down for full dates.

St Vincent's eponymous new album was recorded in Dallas, Texas with Dap-Kings drummer Homer Steinweiss, McKenzie Smith of Midlake and producer John Congleton.

St Vincent will play:

London Shepherds Bush Empire (February 20)
Manchester The Cathedral (21)
Dublin Olympia (22)
Bristol O2 Academy (May 15)
Glasgow O2 ABC (16)
Leeds Met University (17)


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