In preparation for the release of his second solo album, ‘Matador’, Gaz Coombes has streamed the album a week before release, which you can listen to via The Guardian.
Following his first solo LP, 2012’s ‘Here Comes The Bombs’, ‘Matador’ was self-produced by Coombes, with the multi-instrumentalist recording nearly all instruments by himself.
The former Supergrass frontman is set to head out on a UK tour next month, the dates are:
4 - The Fleece, Bristol
5 - Old Market, Brighton
6 - Queen Elizabeth Hall, London
7 - 02 Academy, Oxford
9 - Glee Club, Birmingham
10 - Pleasance Theatre, Edinburgh
11 - Gorilla, Manchester
You can read DIY’s four-star review of the album here.
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