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David Gray Gold In A Brass Age Tour

David Gray has announced a brand new UK & Ireland tour for March/April 2019 in support of his new album ‘Gold In A Brass Age’.

David Gray Gold In A Brass Age Tour Dates:

Cardiff St David’s Hall, 15 March
Cambridge Corn Exchange, 16
London Royal Festival Hall, 17
Brighton Dome, 19
Southend Cliffs Pavilion, 20
Manchester Bridgewater Hall, 22
Nottingham Royal Concert Hall, 23
Gateshead Sage, 24
Liverpool Philharmonic, 26
Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre, 27
Birmingham Symphony Hall, 29
York Barbican, 30
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, 31
Belfast Waterfront, 02 April
Castlebar Royal Theatre, 04
Dublin Bord Gais Energy Theatre, 05
Dublin Bord Gais Energy Theatre, 06 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***

Tickets on sale Friday (09 November) at 10am from Eventim Ticketmaster See Tickets

The album is the British singer-songwriter’s first new material in four years and is due out for release on 08 March 2019. Exploring with new electronic textures, sound palettes and production techniques, Gray’s vocals blend perfectly with the new experimental sound. Listen to the hypnotic lead single ‘The Sapling’ HERE:

David Gray commented, “With this album, my default position was to do everything differently. I didn’t think ‘this would be a good hook or ‘these lyrics could work for a chorus’. I was keen to get away from narrative. Instead of writing melodies, I looked for phrases with a natural cadence, so that the rhythm began with the words. I reimagined where a song might spring from and what form it could take.”

‘Gold In A Brass Age’ is David Gray’s eleventh album in an impressive music career that spans over 25 years. He has received several Brit and Grammy nominations and achieved three No.1 UK albums, including for the breakout multi-platinum ‘White Ladder’.


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