Lifted from the second, more introspective, half of his new album, slowthai told us for our February 2021 cover interview about showing this new side to himself, “There’s the side where you get dressed up to go out and have a good time, and the side where you’re at home just sitting around in your underwear eating crap food, having a shit time. You’re at your most real when you’re there, and not many people get to see that side.”
The video is also accompanied by the news that slowthai will be following up his ‘Something To Look Forward To’ tour with a bigger ‘Hell Is Home’ tour in March next year.
Check out the full dates below, and revisit our chat with slowthai for our February 2021 issue now.
See slowthai live at the following dates.
17 - O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester,
18 - Refectory, Leeds
20 - O2 Academy, Glasgow
21 - O2 City Hall, Newcastle
22 - Guild of Students, Mountford Hall, Liverpool
24 - Rock City, Nottingham
25 - UEA, Norwich
26 - O2 Institute, Birmingham
27 - The Great Hall, Cardiff
29 - O2 Guildhall, Southampton
30 - O2 Academy Brixton, London
31 - O2 Academy Brixton, London
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The one day festival will have performances from beabadoobee, IDLES, Shygirl and more!
All being well, he’ll hit up a handful of smaller venues later this year.
This time last year, slowthai’s name was in the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Now, on second LP ‘TYRON’, we find an artist facing his demons but coming out fighting.
A remarkably efficient job of reclaiming his own narrative.