Pennsylvania duo Native Harrow have announced UK tour dates in support of the release of their new album ‘Happier Now’ due out on 2nd August. The month-long tour will include a slot at The Long Road festival, in-store performances at Rough Trade shops in London, Bristol and Nottingham, plus Jumbo Records in Leeds.
Early praise for the forthcoming new album has been fairly effusive, with Uncut’s description of Devin Tuel’s ‘wondrous’ voice as ‘evoking both Judee Sill and early Joni Mitchell at their most wistful’ and our good selves describing the record as a ‘captivating, almost mesmeric album of the highest quality’.
Here are the dates.
23 Aug – LONDON Rough Trade West (6pm)
28 Aug – EXETER Cavern Club
29 Aug – BRISTOL Rough Trade (7.30pm)
30 Aug – BRISTOL Golden Lion
31 Aug – NOTTINGHAM Rough Trade (3pm)
01 Sep – NOTTINGHAM Running Horse
02 Sep – BIRMINGHAM Kitchen Garden
04 Sep – LONDON Paper Dress Vintage*
05 Sep – WINCHESTER Railway*
06 Sep – CAMBRIDGE Blue Moon
07 Sep – THE LONG ROAD FESTIVAL Leics
08 Sep – LIVERPOOL Leaf
12 Sep – SHEFFIELD Dorothy Pax (free entry)
14 Sep – LEEDS Jumbo Records (3.30pm)
15 Sep – NEWCASTLE Bobik’s (3.30pm)
16 Sep – GLASGOW Hug & Pint
17 Sep – EDINBURGH Stramash
27 Sep – PORTAFERRY Portico of Ards
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