After four years, John Murry is back with his third album and will be touring this side of the Atlantic thanks to his move to Ireland. Support comes from the multi-instrumentalists Mostar Diving Club.
John Murry’s debut, 2013’s ‘The Graceless Age’, made many of that year’s Best Of lists. While it was his debut, Murry was already 34 and had recorded two albums with legendary Memphis singer-songwriter Bob Frank and an album of Waylon Jennings covers with Chuck Prophet.
List of tour dates in November:
Thurs 18 – Bristol, Hen and Chicken
Fri 19 – Brighton, Mid Sussex Hall
Sat 20 – Winchester, The Railway Inn
Sun 21 – London, The Grace
Mon 22 – Chester, St Mary’s Creative Space
Tues 23 – Nottingham, The Old Cold Store
Weds 24 – Liverpool, Outpost
Thurs 25 – Newcastle, Cluny 2
Fri 26 – Hebden Bridge, Trades Hall
Sat 27 – Glasgow, Audio
Sun 28 – Edinburgh, Voodoo Rooms
The tour showcases Murry’s new album, out now, ‘The Stars are God’s Bulletholes‘ which can be found here. A six-track EP ‘Perfume and Decay‘ will be released on September 22nd.
Full information and links to tickets can be found here.