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Autumn Tour announced by The Staves

“their three-part blood harmonies form the shimmering centre of an elaborate, album-long soundscape” 8/10 – Uncut

The Staves are thrilled to announce a run of live shows for this Autumn in support of their new album ‘Good Woman’, out now on Atlantic Records.

The tour kicks off in Swansea on 23rd September, taking in Cambridge, Folkestone, Oxford, Birmingham, Liverpool, Glasgow, Leeds, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Nottingham, Manchester, Brighton, London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on 11th October and finishes up in Bristol on the 12th October.

Tickets are on sale from tomorrow via https://www.thestaves.com/tour/

The band had to say:

“We’re so excited and thankful to be announcing a UK tour today. It’s been a long old year and we can’t WAIT to play music in front of people again! We hope to see all your lovely faces there.”

Previously announced dates at Hackney Church and Clapham Grand (6th and 23rd April respectively) have been postponed – rescheduled dates to follow soon.

info on Good Woman:

Good Woman was written and recorded in a time of severe turmoil for the band, seeing the ending of relationships, the death of their beloved mother and the birth of Emily’s first child. Produced by John Congleton, the album stands as a testament to their strength and that of other women, to sisters, mothers and daughters. To love, loss and change. To trying to be a good woman.

UK TOUR

23rd September                       Swansea, Brangwyn Hall
24th September                       Cambridge, Junction
25th September                       Folkestone, Quarterhouse
26th September                       Oxford, O2 Academy
28th September                       Birmingham, Institute
29th September                       Liverpool, Grand Central Hall
30th September                       Glasgow, TV Studio
2nd October                             Leeds, Stylus
3rd October                              Edinburgh, Queen’s Hall
5th October                              Newcastle, Wylam Brewery
6th October                              Nottingham, Rock City
7th October                              Manchester, Albert Hall
9th October                              Brighton, St George’s Church
11th October                            London, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
12th October                            Bristol, O2 Academy