Deep Dark Woods arrive in UK next week for dates

If you go down to the Deep Dark Woods today, you’d better not close your eyes as the Canadian band drop anchor on our fair shores next week for a series of dates in support of their latest album ‘Yarrow’  which is out now on Sx Shooter Records. The band, returning after a four-year hiatus, will be playing a number of shows up and down the UK including a London show at Bush Hall on May 3rd. They will also play two shows at the Kilkenny Roots Festival before a first-time appearance in Belfast at Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival.

They’ll be joined on the shows by fellow Canadian psych/folk duo Kacy & Clayton whose new album ‘The Siren’s Song’ we reviewed glowingly last week on AUK.  The Deep Dark Woods have developed an international following with particular success in our Americana realm, nominated alongside Alabama Shakes and Dawes for Emerging Artist of the Year at the 2012 Americana Music Awards. Originally from Saskatchewan and now based on the west coast, the band fuse “spooky prairie folk with Texas country blues and California psychedelia.”  Those dates..

Deep Dark Woods UK Tour Dates 2018:

1 May – Nottingham – The Maze
2 May – Oxford – The Bullingdon
3 May – London – Bush Hall
5 May – Kilkenny Roots Festival
6 May – Kilkenny Roots Festival
7 May – Belfast – Cathedral Quarter Arts Fest
8 May – Glasgow – Broadcast
9 May – Liverpool – Leaf
10 May – Newcastle – The Cluny 2
11 May – York – The Crescent
12 May – Bedford – Ent Shed
12 May – Brighton – The Prince Albert
15 May – Bristol – The Tunnels
16 May – Winchester – The Railway

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Author: Mark Whitfield

Mark Whitfield has been the Editor of Americana UK for the last 17 years and still feels like this is his pretend job, mainly because it is.

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