Angel Olsen announces UK tour - ticket details

She will play five shows in June to support new album 'Burn Your Fire For No Witness'

Angel Olsen announces UK tour - ticket details

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Angel Olsen has announced plans for a short UK tour, set to take place this coming June.

The US singer-songwriter released her critically acclaimed second album 'Burn Your Fire For No Witness' earlier this week. The LP was produced by John Congleton (The Walkmen, Modest Mouse, The Thermals, Cloud Nothings, Swans) and features the songs 'Hi-Five' and 'Forgiven/Forgotten'.

In addition to her previously announced shows at Manchester Soup Kitchen on March 23 and London Dingwalls on March 25, she will play five gigs this summer, starting at Brighton's The Hope on June 4, before shows in Birmingham, Belfast, Glasgow and Bristol.

Angel Olsen will play:

Manchester Soup Kitchen (March 23)
London Dingwalls (25)
Brighton The Hope (June 4)
Birmingham Hare & Hounds 2 (5)
Belfast McHughs (8)
Glasgow Mono (9)
Bristol The Lantern (10)


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