James Blake has announced that he’s set to begin his 2019 with an extensive headline tour across North America.
The singer, who released two new singles this year, will head out on a February and March run which begins in Atlanta on 18th February.
We’ve heard two new songs - the slinky throwback ‘If The Car Beside You Moves Ahead’ and the heartbreaking slowie ‘Don’t Miss It’ ft Mount Kimbie - and he played a bunch of piano-based new tracks live at the end of last year, but no concrete information reached us as to the whereabouts of a new album.
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View the new tour dates and watch the video for ‘If The Car Beside You Moves Ahead’ below.
18 Atlanta, Tabernacle
20 Boston, House Of Blues
21 Washington DC, The Anthem
22 Philadelpia, The Fillmore
24 New York, Terminal 5
25 New York, Terminal 5
27 Toronto, Sony Centre For The Performing Arts
28 Montreal, L’Olympia
02 Royal Oak, Music Theatre
03 Chicago, Riviera Theatre
04 Saint Paul, Palace Theatre
08 Portland, Roseland Theatre
09 Vancouver, Harbour Convention Centre
10 Seattle, Moore Theatre
12 Oakland, Fox Theatre
12 Pomona, Fox Theatre
16 Los Angeles, Hollywood Palladium
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