He'll now take to England's capital on 10 - 11 September 2021.
Nottingham singer-songwriter Jake Bugg has announced a further string of UK dates in support of his recent new album, Hearts That Strain. Tickets go on sale at 9:00 on Friday 29 September 2017.
Bugg will already be touring the UK in November on a run of special solo dates, having recently added a headline show at London’s stunning Union Chapel on the 21 November 2017. The new dates, set for February and March 2018, add a further 16 shows to his UK and Ireland run.
Following up his 2012 debut album, 2013’s Shangri La and last year’s On My One, Bugg headed to Nashville to lay down the new record. To celebrate the album, released on the 1 September 2017 through Virgin EMI, he revealed new single How Soon The Dawn, teaming up with American musician Dan Auerbach.
Working with Grammy Award winning producer David Ferguson and Matt Sweeny, Bugg has collaborated with some major players from the Nashville scene, including Gene Chrisman and Bobby Woods of American Sound Studio’s legendary house band The Memphis Boys.
“They’re old guys but they’re amazing”, Jake Bugg says. “It was ten to five and then that’s it. They’d pack up and we’d done two or three tunes. It was a mad vibe being from England and meeting these absolute legends and then cutting tracks with them.”
His new music takes inspiration from his surroundings, and from his experienced collaborators. Hearts That Strain has seen Jake Bugg team up with fellows lovers of music, including rising artist Noah Cyrus (younger sister of Miley) on Waiting.
Still at just 23 years old, Jake Bugg’s career has been dominated by huge hits, including Lightning Bolt and Two Fingers from his self-titled debut, all the way up to Love, Hope and Misery from On My Own.
Bugg has enjoyed live success, taking to stages at various festivals including the legendary Glastonbury Festival, as well as securing multiple Brit Award nominations.
Taking a trip from the United Kingdom to the States, Bugg is starting a new chapter in his music career, showcasing new and old songs in a stripped back environment come November 2017, and then again in February and March 2018.
Here are those dates:
4 November – The Forum, Bath
5 November – St David’s Hall, Cardiff
6 November – De Montford Hall, Leicester
7 November – City Hall, Hull
9 November – St Lukes’, Cork
10 November – Dolans Pub, Limerick
11 November – Black Box, Galway
13 November – The Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh
14 November – The Loft, Forres
16 November – Strathpeffer Pavilion, Strathpeffer
17 November – Inchvra, Perth
19 November – Victoria Hall, Stoke-On-Trent
21 November – Union Chapel, London
22 November – De La Warr Pavlion, Bexhill
24 November – Hexagon, Reading
25 November – Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
15 February 2018 – Whelans, Dublin
17 February 2018 – Ulster Hall, Belfast
19 February 2018 – Old Fruit Market – Glasgow
21 February 2018 – The Sands Centre, Carlisle
22 February 2018 – Isle of Man Marian, Isle of Man
24 February 2018 – Colston Hall, Bristol
26 February 2018 – London Palladium, London
2 March 2018 – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
4 March 2018 – Grand Theatre, leeds
5 March 2018 – Albert Hall, Manchester
7 March 2018 – Winter Gardens, Margate
8 March 2018 – Arts Centre, Warwick
9 March 2018 – New Theatre, Oxford
11 March 2018 – O2 Guildhall, Southampton
12 March 2018 – Great Hall, Exeter
13 March 2018 – Brighton Dome, Brighton
Remaining tickets for Jake Bugg’s November acoustic solo tour are available now, including any for his recently announced Union Chapel date. Tickets for his February and March UK and Ireland dates will be available from 9:00 on Friday 29 September 2017 through Ticketmaster.co.uk.