Joshua Radin announces UK dates for 2022

Credit: Catie Laffoon

On the heels of the release his new album ‘The Ghost And The Wall’ which landed on Friday via Nettwerk and which we recently reviewed, Ohio singer-songwriter Joshua Radin has announced a 21-date tour of Europe in 2022, which will include six dates in the UK – which these days always feels like a blessing for not binning us off despite the extra paperwork.

Produced by Jonathan Wilson (Father John Misty, Conor Oberst), Radin’s ninth studio album is described as “exploring the walls we build to protect ourselves against sadness and pain, especially this past year. From the lilting vocals of “Better Life,” which details an immigrant’s journey, to the “wistful and lovely” “Goodbye,” about the impulse we have to shield ourselves from intimacy and vulnerability, Radin wrestles with the sense of longing and alienation that haunted us this year, producing the album without ever seeing his producer face-to-face. “It’s a theme I’m fixated on,” he explains. “I’m trying to heal myself and others in the process.”” The album has the nerve to begin with a track called ‘Goodbye’ which is wonderful and which you can hear below.

Read our recent interview with Joshua Radin here.

Joshua Radin 2022 European Tour Dates:

April 19 @ CCA Global, Glasgow, UK
April 20 @ Brudenell Social Club, Leeds, UK
April 22 @ The Met, Bury, UK
April  23 @ The Hare and Hounds, Birmingham, UK
April 24 @ Station Inn, Bristol, UK –
April 25 @ Islington Assembly Hall, London, UK
April 27 @ La Maroquinerie, Paris, FR
April 28 @ Stollwerck, Cologne, DE
April 29 @ Melkweg Old Hall, Amsterdam, NL
April 30 @ Doornroosje, Nijmegen, NL
May 1 @ Mojo Club, Hamburg, DE
May 3 @ John Dee Live Club & pub, Oslo, NO
May 5 @ Pustervik, Göteborg, SE
May 6 @ Södra Teatern, Stockholm, SE
May 8 @ Hotel Cecil, København, DE
May 10 @ Lido, Berlin, DE
May 12 @ Club Porgy & Bess, Vienna, AT
May 13 @ Strom, Munich, DE
May 14 @ Papiersaal, Zurich, CH
May 16 @ Sala La Nau, Barcelona, ES
May 18 @ Sala El Sol, Madrid, ES

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