The star will appear for a gig and signing session in London this week…

Willy Mason is to appear at a free show and signing session this week at a LONDON HMV.

The singer-songwriter will perform at the Oxford Street store this Thursday (February 17) to celebrate the release of his new single ’Oxygen’, which came out today (February 14).

Following the gig at 1.30pm, Willy Mason will stay on in the store to meet fans and sign copies of his latest record.

The single is taken from the 20-year-old star’s debut album, ’Where The Humans Eat’, which is due out on February 21.

Willy Mason will head out on his second British headlining tour in April. The dates are:
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (April 12)
Brighton Concorde (13)
Sheffield Leadmill (15)
Edinburgh Liquid Room (16)
Manchester Academy 3 (17)
Birmingham Academy 2 (19)
Northampton Roadmender (20)
London ULU (21)

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