Israel Nash announces more European/UK dates

Israel Nash, no relation to Graham or the Middle Eastern country, and his band are set to return to London this November with their biggest headline show to date at the Scala on 22nd November. The 17-date run across Europe will be preceded by two UK solo shows in Oxford and Guildford next month and will provide the first opportunity to hear tracks from Nash’s upcoming fifth album, due for release on Loose Music this Summer, which he has been busy recording at his own ‘Plum Creek Sound’ studio in his home of Dripping Springs, Texas. The release will follow 2015’s ‘Silver Seasons’ album, which Uncut described as being “unambiguously terrific”, Mojo heralded as “cosmic poetry” and led to The Independent declaring Nash as “the real deal for the next generation”.  Yeah OK Israel!  GOD. Tickets for the shows go on sale 4th May and are available from his official website here. In the meantime if you’ve got 48 minutes to spare why not enjoy this clip of him live on KEXP last year below.

Israel Nash 2018 Dates

14th June – The Bullingdon, OXFORD
16th June – St Mary’s Church, GUILDFORD
2nd Nov – BRUSSELS Botanique Witloof Bar
3rd Nov – Colos-Saal, ASCHAFFENBURG
4th Nov – La Maroquinerie, PARIS
6th Nov – Strom, MUNICH
7th Nov – Legend, MILAN
8th Nov – Bogen, ZURICH
9th Nov – Manufaktur, SCHORNDORF
10th Nov – Muziekgieterij, MAASTRICHT
11th Nov – Poppodium Hedon, ZWOLLE
12th Nov – Tivolivredenburg Pandora Hall, UTRECHT
13th Nov – Nochtspeicher, HAMBURG
15th Nov – Debaser, STOCKHOLM
16th Nov – John Dee, OSLO
17th Nov – Kulturbolaget, MALMO
19th Nov – Festsaal Kreuzberg, BERLIN
20th Nov – Stadtgarten, COLOGNE
22nd Nov – Scala, LONDON

(with support from Matthew Logan Vasquez 3rd -13th November)

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