December 9, 2011 21:46

Jamie N Commons announces first headline tour

The gothic singer songwriter will play four shows on the jaunt

Jamie N Commons announces first headline tour

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Jamie N Commons has announced his first UK headline tour.

The singer follows the release of his debut EP 'The Baron' with news of a four date tour, kicking off on February 27, 2012 at Glasgow Playroom, The Arches before shows in Manchester and at London Hoxton Hall, before finishing up at Brighton Unitarian Church on March 2.

The single 'Devil In Me' will be released on March 5 through Luv Luv Luv Records. Of the single Jamie N Commons says: "This track deals with the feelings of guilt and regret. The character portrayed is the flip side to the one on the lead track of my first EP 'The Preacher'. Where as that character took faith as his justification, this guy's looking in the mirror". Commons has been nominated in the BBC Sound of 2012 poll.

Jamie N Commons plays:

Glasgow Playroom The Arches (February 27)
Manchester Sacred Trinity Chuch (28)
London Hoxton Hall (March 1)
Brighton Unitarian Church (2)

To check the availability of Jamie N Commons tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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