The Wandering Hearts announce UK autumn tour

Following the success of their debut album ‘Wild Silence’ and an all important appearance on the Andrew Marr show without sneakily changing any lyrics, Americana’s answer to the New Main Street Singers, The Wandering Hearts, have announced a UK headline tour in November/December, including a London show at Islington Assembly Hall on Wednesday 28 November. Having already sold out three London headline dates, most recently Bush Hall, the show is being hailed as the band’s biggest performance yet.

In February, the band won the coveted Bob Harris Emerging Artist Award at The UK Americana Awards 2018, a prizehand-picked by the broadcaster himself. They performed their song ‘Burning Bridges’ at the awards ceremony, and joined Imelda May, Mumford and Sons and Robert Plant on stage for a rendition of the late Tom Petty’s ‘Wildflowers’.


17 May – The Great Escape
24 May – The Mackintosh Church, Glasgow – Headline
26 May – Bath Festival
27 May – BBC Biggest Weekend, Coventry
22 June – Black Deer Festival
23 June – Buckle & Boots Festival
8 July – BST Hyde Park, Eric Clapton headline, London
21 July – Larmer Tree Festival
26 July – Standon Calling
28 July – Southern Fried Festival
4 August – Belladrum Festival
7 September – The Long Road Festival
9 September – Millport Country Music Festival
21 November – Komedia, Bath – Headline
22 November – Patterns, Brighton – Headline
24 November – Phoenix, Exeter – Headline
26 November – Arts Centre, Norwich – Headline
27 November – Music Hall, Ramsgate – Headline
28 November – Islington Assembly Hall, London – Headline
30 November – The Globe, Cardiff – Headline
01 December – Arts Club, Liverpool – Headline
03 December – Riverside – Newcastle
04 December – The Caves, Edinburgh – Headline
05 December – O2 Institute 2, Birmingham – Headline

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