Tim Burgess announces solo tour – ticket details

The Charlatans man will play 10 dates across the UK this September

Tim Burgess announces solo tour – ticket details

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Tim Burgess is set to embark on a 10-date tour of the UK this September.

The run of shows starts at Bedford Esquires on September 17 before visiting Falmouth, Exeter, Stoke, Sheffield, Edinburgh, Inverness, Shetland and Gateshead, finishing up at Leeds Brudenell Social on September 30. Tickets for the tour go on sale on May 31.

The Charlatans frontman released his solo album 'Oh No I Love You' last year and the remix version of the record 'Oh No I Love You More' will be available to download on June 3. The new version of the record features guest appearances from actress Asia Argento, Anton Newcombe of The Brian Jonestown Massacre and R Stevie Moore, alongside remixes by Django Django, Perc, Factory Floor, The Horrors and The Seahawks.

Recorded in Nashville with producer Mark Nevers, the original LP features members of Lambchop, Clem Snide and My Morning Jacket. Chris Scruggs, grandson of the legendary banjo player Earl Scruggs, also played on the album.

Tim Burgess plays:

Bedford Esquires (September 17)
Falmouth Pavilion (18)
Exeter Phoenix (19)
Stoke Sugarmill (21)
Sheffield Queen Social (22)
Edinburgh Pleasance Theatre (25)
Inverness Ironworks (26)
Shetland Mareel Centre (27)
Gateshead Sage Hall 2 (29)
Leeds Brudenell (30)

To check the availability of Tim Burgess tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765.

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