Matt Cardle will follow up a sold-out 23 date tour with his band earlier this year by hitting the road in a different guise in 2013 - ‘unplugged’.
Cardle will be performing acoustic versions of songs from his two Top 10 albums in some beautiful, more intimate venues, including London’s stunning Union Chapel.
Wed 24th April Dublin Whelans
Thurs 25th April Belfast Empire Music Hall
Sat 27th April Glasgow Oran Mor
Sun 28th April Warwick Arts Centre Theatre
Mon 29th April Manchester Lowry Theatre
Wed 1st May Cambridge Junction
Thurs 2nd May London Union Chapel
Tickets £22.50 except Dublin 22, Belfast £20, London £25 on sale Wed 12th Dec from 9am.
The follow-up to 2011’s platinum-selling debut ‘Letters’, Cardle’s new album ‘The Fire’ recently entered the UK albums chart at No.8, giving Cardle his second Top 10 album in a year.
‘The Fire’ also entered the Independent Albums Chart at No.1, an incredible start for newly formed label So What? Recordings. The label is part of Silva Screen Music Group, to whom Cardle licensed the album to for the world earlier this year.
‘The Fire’ was written and recorded in London, Toronto and Los Angeles, and mastered at Abbey Road Studios, with Cardle handling production duties and playing the majority of the instruments himself.
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