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James Blunt is heading back out on the road next year in support of his forthcoming new album ‘Who We Used To Be.

James Blunt 2024 Tour Dates:

Leeds First Direct Arena, 30 March
Bristol Beacon, 31
Brighton Centre, 02 April
Newcastle Utilita Arena, 04
Glasgow OVO Hydro Arena, 05
Nottingham Motorpoint, 06
Birmingham Utilita Arena, 07
London Royal Albert Hall, 09
London Royal Albert Hall, 10
Manchester AO Arena, 12
Cardiff International Arena, 13
Bournemouth BIC Windsor Hall, 14

Tickets on sale Friday (01 September) at 10am from Gigantic Ticketmaster The Ticket Factory See Tickets

‘Who We Used To Be’ is due out for release on 27 October 2023 on Atlantic Records.

The full-length will feature recently released single ‘Beside You’, which is accompanied by an official music video directed by Craig Bingham.

Meeting versions of himself throughout his life, the video sees James Blunt embrace the characters of his past self, as he moves forward. “It’s a bit of a celebration,” he says. “An upbeat banger about finally being with the one you’ve been searching for your whole life.”


‘Who We Used To Be’ is the singer-songwriter’s first studio album since his acclaimed Top 3 ‘Once Upon A Mind’ in 2019. He worked with a variety of producers on the record, including Jonny Coffer, Red Triangle, Jack & Coke and Steve Robson.

His recent greatest hits collection ‘The Stars Beneath My Feet (2004-2021)’ dropped back in November 2021 and went Gold, selling over 100,000 copies.

His 2004 debut album ‘Back To Bedlam’ featured the global smash hit ‘You’re Beautiful’ and is one of the top ten best-selling albums of that decade. He has taken home two BRIT Awards, two Ivor Novello Awards and has received five Grammy nominations.

Approaching his 20th anniversary, James Blunt has become something of a national treasure. He is respected for his honesty, wit and charm, as showcased in his music, onstage and with his ever engaging and always entertaining social media accounts.


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