He'll now take to England's capital on 10 - 11 September 2021.
Irish brother duo Alfie and Harry Hudson Taylor will be touring the UK in January 2018, in support of their forthcoming new album produced by Ryan Hadlock, whose work includes albums by US band The Lumineers and Australian singer Vance Joy.
The Dublin based duo will kick off their UK dates on the 20 January 2018 at Birmingham’s O2 Institute3, running through to a headline London show at Scala on Thursday 25 January.
The pair, who began life busking on the streets of Ireland’s capital, recently released new music, unveiling new track Feel It Again.
The band dropped their debut full-length Singing For Strangers, a reference to their Dublin busking days, in January 2015. The debut album made a healthy dent in the charts, peaking at No.3 in Ireland and at No.24 in the UK. Their sound found a wealth of fans, bordering many genre boundaries.
Feel It Again, the first new song to appear since Hudson Taylor’s new album, delves further into rock and roll, with a clear melodic drive underpinned by a wide range of instrumentation. Accompanied by a suitably euphoric video, the track delivers a perfect soundtrack to those reminiscing about the recently completed festival season.
Listen to Hudson Taylor’s latest release below:
Catch brothers Alfie and Harry Hudson Taylor, including a chance to hear their new music, on the following dates:
20 January 2018 – O2 Institute3, Birmingham
21 January 2018 – Academy 3, Manchester
22 January 2018 – King Tut’s, Glasgow
24 January 2018 – The Fleece, Bristol
25 January 2018 – Scala, London
Hudson Taylor tickets will be available from 9:00 on Friday 22 September 2017 through Ticketmaster.co.uk.