Kathrine Priddy announces Spring tour, new album out now

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Katherine Priddy has announced her Spring tour, which includes fifteen dates across the UK and Ireland starting at The Sugar Club in Dublin in one month. The tour promotes her debut album, The Eternal Rocks Beneath, available now on Navigator Records. Having toured with Richard Thompson last year, the relative newcomer has been fast-rising in acclaim and popularity; Thompson chose her debut EP ‘Wolf’ as his “Best Thing I’ve Heard All Year” in MOJO Magazine. The new album reached number one in the Official UK Folk Charts and number five in the Americana charts. The album enjoyed strong and continued radio support, including Radcliffe and Maconie, BBC Radio 2 Folk Show, Jo Whiley, Gideon Coe, Cerys Matthews, Guy Garvey, RTE, Amazing Radio, Tom Robinson, Steve Lamacq and praise from press across the board, from The Observer and The Sun to Uncut, Songlines and more.


28/04 – The Sugar Club, Dublin
30/04- Claremorris Folk Festival, Mayo
02/05 – Deer’s Head Music Hall, Belfast,
06/05 – Band On The Wall, Manchester
08/05 – The Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol
10/05 – Philharmonic Music Room, Liverpool
11/05 – Glee Club, Birmingham
12/05 – Bush Hall, London
13/05 – Blaxhall Village Hall, Blaxhall
25/05 – Stamford Arts Centre, Stamford
26/05 – Glee Club, Nottingham
29/05 – Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds
30/05 – The Greystones, Sheffield
01/06 – NCEM, York
08/06 – Komedia, Brighton

Tickets to the show can be bought on Priddy’s website.

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