Continuing his epic return to planet pop, multi BRIT Award winner Rag’n’Bone Man today (March 15th) announces details of his upcoming UK tour in support of his brand new album, Life By Misadventure – out April 23rd on Columbia Records.
Scheduled to kick off in the All You Ever Wanted singers hometown of Brighton this October, the tour is set to visit some of the UK’s biggest cities including Manchester, Dublin, Leeds, Glasgow and London.
As an exhilarating live performer, famous for his captivating voice and powerful stage presence, the shows looks set to be an occasion fans won’t forget, as the star promises to perform some of his biggest hits, alongside new tracks taken from his latest album.
All You Ever Wanted (Official Music Video)
Rag’n’Bone Man: Live By Misadventure Tour 2021
Sunday 17th Brighton, Brighton Centre
Monday 18th Dublin, Olympia Theatre
Tuesday 19th Belfast, Waterfront Hall
Thursday 21st Leeds, O2 Academy
Friday 22nd Bristol, O2 Academy
Saturday 23rd Bournemouth, O2 Academy
Monday 25th Glasgow, O2 Academy
Thursday 28th Plymouth, Pavilions
Friday 29th Manchester, O2 Apollo
Sunday 31st Birmingham, O2 Academy Birmingham
Wednesday 3rd Newcastle, O2 Academy
Saturday 6th London, Eventim Apollo
“Deafening the sound of the helpless…”
Serving as the follow up to 2017’s groundbreaking, Human – which shot straight to #1 upon it’s first week of release in the UK, and went on to become the fasted-selling album by a male artist for the entire decade, achieving quadruple platinum sales – the As You Are singer arrives back on the scene with a renewed sense of purpose, delivering an incredible collection of 14 new and emotional songs, all guaranteed to touch our hearts and replenish our souls, at a time when we need it most!
Written and recorded in Nashville, with production by Grammy Award-winning producer and multi-instrumentalist Mike Elizondo (Eminem, 50 Cent, Fiona Apple, Alanis Morissette), the album looks set to be a of consolidation of emotions, full of joy and immediacy, depth and soul, that tells a coming of age story of one mans journey growing up, and moving forward.
“We had quite a time to live with the songs this time around,” Rag‘n’Bone Man (real name Rory Charles Graham) says of the process making the album. “Too often, how I’d done things before, was that we’d written a song and I had to sing it the same day, and that was the version we’d use on the album. This way, it was far easier to get real emotion into the music.”