Amber Run head back out for a UK tour this Autumn. The band, who released their sophomore album ‘For A Moment, I Was Lost’ last month via Easy Life/Red Essential, will play 12 shows throughout the Autumn.
The band completed a run of shows in February, including a sold out hometown show at Nottingham’s Rock City and the 2,300-capacity Kentish Town Forum in London. Over the past month, they’ve played some of the biggest festivals in Europe – Pink Pop in Netherlands and Hurricane/Southside in Germany.
Autumn UK Tour
Friday 29th September – Bournemouth Old Fire Station
Saturday 30th September – Gloucester Guildhall
Monday 2nd October – Reading Sub 89
Tuesday 3rd October – Cambridge Junction
Wednesday 4th October – Brighton Concorde 2
Friday 6th October – Cardiff Tramshed
Saturday 7th October – Oxford O2 Academy
Sunday 8th October – Liverpool Hangar3
Tuesday 10th October – Wolverhampton Slade Rooms
Thursday 12th October – Edinburgh Liquid Room
Friday 13th October – Belfast Mandela Hall
Saturday 14th October – Dublin Whelans
Nottingham four-piece Amber Run released second album ‘For A Moment, I Was Lost’ at the start of the year, a 12-track chronicle of their interval between the last, packed with moments of expansive beauty and full-blooded raw emotion. The band’s breakthrough single ‘I Found’ from debut album ‘5am’ now has more than 30 million streams on Spotify.
Tickets for the tour are now on sale via www.musicglue.com/amber-run except Dublin where tickets are available via www.whelanslive.com
New Digital Acoustic EP Release
The band will be releasing a new digital EP on September 22nd. The EP will feature two versions of songs from the current album ‘For A Moment, I Was Lost’ and two cover versions. The first track from the EP was released on 28th July and will be their take on Maggie Roger’s ‘Alaska’. Amber Run frontman’s Joe Keogh shares the rationale behind the EP: “It was important that we got really great performances without hiding behind the veneer of production”.