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Following her successful UK & Ireland tour and hot on the heels of performing at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire last night, Lucy Spraggan has announced a headline tour in April and May 2019 ahead of the release of her fifth album.
The new tour sees Lucy play a run of intimate venues, after this recent tour saw her perform at Glasgow Barrowland, Manchester Academy and London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire amongst other iconic venues.
Lucy says; “This tour was incredible. I had so much fun. To to see so many fans in such amazing venues was really overwhelming, there were some tearful moments!
I am really excited to get back on the road and play some smaller shows, it’ll be very different but I can’t wait to show everyone what the new album has to offer”
Lucy recently released her heart-warming single Stick The Kettle on with Roy Stride from Scouting For Girls, which was accompanied by an impactful video which was premiered by the Evening Standard. Written in support of charity CALM (The Campaign Against Living Miserably), the track raises awareness of male suicide and how it’s always good to talk and discuss your worries.
Capturing the human condition, everyday life and widespread emotions is an inspired trait of Lucy Spraggan. She has recently announced that her fifth record Today Was A Good Day, will be due out in April 2019. It follows her 2017 album release I Hope You Don’t Mind Me Writing, which charted at #12 and became her third consecutive Top 20 release, with her 2011 self-released debut album Top Room at the Zoo charting in the Top 40.
Following selling 22,000 tickets touring last year, a successful US tour earlier this year and a recent UK and Ireland tour which saw huge crowds watch Lucy at some of her biggest venues yet, she has announced a UK and European tour in April and May 2019 to coincide with the release of her new album.