The singer-songwriter plays London’s Mirrors festival, in addition to dates in Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester, Brighton and Bristol - with Hamburg, Prague and Paris also featuring on the list of shows, which begin in Gent on 17th October.
17 Gent Charlatan (w/ Dumb)
19 Rotterdam Left of the Dial Festival
21 Den Haag Paard Cafe
22 Utrecht EKKO (w/ Priests)
23 Groningen Vera
24 Hamburg Hafenklang
25 Jena Glashaus
26 Berlin Kantine am Berghain
27 Offenbach Hafen 2
28 Prague Underdogs
29 Munich Glockenbachwerkstatt
31 Paris Supersonic
2 London Mirrors Festival
3 Newcastle Bobiks
4 Glasgow Hug & Pint (w/ Ada Lea)
5 Manchester Gullivers
6 Brighton Hope & Ruin (w/ Ada Lea)
7 Bristol Hy Brasil
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