Booking now Honeyblood announce Brixton Electric show

Honeyblood announce Brixton Electric show

Stina Tweeddale will play the London show on Halloween.

Honeyblood may have already got a full UK tour planned, but now Stina Tweeddale has scheduled a London show for this Halloween.

Having confirmed details of her new album ‘In Plain Sight’ last month, along with a hefty list of tour dates, she’s now lined up a show at Brixton Electric on 31st October. Tickets go on sale this Wednesday 13th March.

‘In Plain Sight’ will be released on 24th May via Marathon Artists, and Stina will be heading out on the road at the end of April. She’s also recently confirmed sets at both Latitude and Citadel Festival.

Check out her upcoming list of shows below.

APRIL
30 Norwich, waterfront studio

MAY
01 Cambridge, junction 2
02 Leicester, 02 Academy 2
03 York,The Crescent
04 Stockton-on-Tees, Georgian Theatre
05 Glasgow, Stag & Dagger Festival
07 Wolverhampton, Newhampton Arts Centre
08 St Albans, The Horn
09 Tunbridge Wells, Tunbridge Wells Forum
10 Ramsgate, Ramsgate Music Hall
11 Southampton, The Joiners
13 Reading, Sub89
14 Bath, Moles Club
15 Exeter, The Cavern
16 Preston, Action
17 Romsey, Hundred Records
18 Frome, Raves From The Grave (afternoon)
18 Swansea, Derriks (evening)
19 Huddersfield, Vinyl Tap
20 Bolton, X Records
21 Portsmouth, Pie & Vinyl
22 Kingston-upon-Thames, Banquet
24 Glasgow, Monorail
25 London, Rough Trade East
26 Brighton, Resident
27 Bristol, Rough Trade
28 Nottingham, Rough Trade
29 Chesterfield, Tallbird
30 Leeds, Jumbo
31 Aberdeen, The Lemon Tree

JUNE
01 Dundee, Beat Generator Live!
03 Edinburgh, Summerhall
04 Newcastle, The Cluny
05 Sheffield, Plug
06 Guildford, The Boileroom
07 Bedford, Esquires
08 Oxford, O2 Academy 2
10 Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
11 Liverpool, Arts Club
12 Preston, Preston Guild Hall
13 Hull, The Polar Bear
14 Stoke-on-Trent, The Sugarmill
15 Kendal, The Brewery

JULY
14 Citadel Festival
20 Latitude Festival

OCTOBER
31 London, Brixton Electric

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