Booking now Kae Tempest announces 2022 UK and Ireland tour

It comes on the back of new album ‘The Line Is A Curve’.

After announcing details of new album ‘The Line Is A Curve’ earlier this week, Kae Tempest has now detailed a UK and Irish headline tour for 2022.

The new album, set for release on 8th April on Fiction Records, has been previewed by the song ‘More Pressure’, featuring Brockhampton’s Kevin Abstract.

“The Line Is A Curve is about letting go,” Kae said in a statement. “Of shame, anxiety, isolation and falling instead into surrender. Embracing the cyclical nature of time, growth, love. This letting go can hopefully be felt across the record. In the musicality, the instrumentation, the lyricism, the delivery, the cover art. In the way it ends where it begins and begins where it ends.

They added: “I want people to feel welcomed into this record, by me, the person who made it, and I have let go of some of my airier concerns. I feel more grounded in what I’m trying to do, who I am as an artist and as a person and what I have to offer. I feel less shame in my body because I am not hiding from the world anymore.”

See the new tour dates, which kick off on 22nd April in Manchester and run until 21st May, below.

APRIL 2022
22nd- Albert Hall, Manchester
23rd- Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh
24th-SWG3 Galvanizers, Glasgow
26th- Corn Exchange, Cambridge
27th-De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill
28th -The Dome, Brighton
30th - Roisn Dubh, Galway

MAY 2022

1st- Cyprus Avenue, Cork
3rd- Cathedral Quarter Festival, Belfast

4th- Vicar Street, Dublin
6th-Marble Factory, Bristol
8th- Grand Central Hall, Liverpool
10th-Town Hall, Birmingham
11th- Stylus, Leeds
12th- Asylum, Hull
14th- St. David’s Hall, Cardiff
15th- The Octagon Centre, Sheffield
16th-O2 Academy, Leicester
18th- Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London
21st- Sage, Gateshead

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