Saint Raymond has announced a four-date headline tour for March 2018. The tour starts at Brighton’s Patterns on March 1st, before he plays The Garage, London on March 2nd, with further dates in Bristol and Manchester. Tickets go on-sale on Friday November 9th here.
The 2019 tour will be the first time fans hear a number of brand new tracks from Saint Raymond’s forthcoming second album on Cooking Vinyl, which is due out next year. He recently released a taste of what’s to come with his bright new indie pop anthem ‘Echo’.
Regarding the single Saint Raymond says, “‘Echo’ is a fun, upbeat track that came together really easily when I was writing it. The song is about how opposites in a relationship are sometimes what makes it work.”
Saint Raymond is currently on the biggest headline tour of his career, which sees him play 16 sold out dates across the UK. With huge demand for Saint Raymond’s new music, both live and recorded, he is set to continue to make a huge impact throughout 2019.
SAINT RAYMOND TOUR DATES
9th – Tunbridge Wells, Forum
10th – Southampton, Loft
11th – Oxford, Bullington
12th – Wolverhampton, Newhampton Arts Centre
15th – Liverpool, Arts Club
17th – Glasgow, King Tuts
18th – Newcastle, Think Tank
19th – Hull, The Welly 2
21st – Leeds, Wardrobe
22nd – Sheffield, The Leadmill
23rd – Lincoln, Platform
1st – Brighton, Patterns
2nd – London, The Garage
6th – Bristol, Thekla
7th – Manchester, Gorilla
For more information contact David Sullivan at Wilful Publicity
FURTHER INFORMATION ON SAINT RAYMOND
Saint Raymond first came to prominence with his debut EP Escapade in 2013, which reached the Top 3 in the iTunes chart, along with his two 2014 EPs, Young Blood and Ghosts.
His debut album Young Blood reached the UK Top 10 upon release in 2015. It achieved great praise from the broadsheets and indie tastemakers, while also receiving strong support from Radio 1. Zane Lowe was a big fan of Saint Raymond at the station, featuring him as his ‘Hottest Record In The World’ and inviting him to perform a Maida Vale session.
In 2017 he returned with the release of the A Light That Blinds EP on Never Fade Records. The EP clocked up millions of plays on Spotify and its singles ‘Nightcrawling’ and ‘We Are Fire’ achieved strong Radio 1 support.
Saint Raymond’s feel-good indie anthems have also captivated arenas, where he supported Ed Sheeran throughout the UK and Europe in 2014. He’s also played with the likes of HAIM and Jake Bugg on major tours throughout the country.