Annabel starts her first UK headline tour on 9 October, after a string of successful performances and accolades from 2017 and this year, not the least of which was on the Festival Republic stage at Reading and Leeds this summer.
NME has described her as beautiful yet edgy. She combines folk-style storytelling with snarling indie – and this obviously meets with approval from her growing fan base.
She has featured on the BBC 1 Introducing Playlist, been recognised by Huw Stephens and his Introducing Track of The Week (as well as performing his Maida Vale session) and she’s appeared at BBC Music’s The Biggest Week-end.
Annabel is clearly excited about the tour:
“I’m finally heading out on my first UK headline tour. Bringing the band means we’re gonna be playing old songs, new songs, and lots in between. Expect echoey guitars, heavy bass and drums with groove. We can’t wait to see you on the road.”
Annabel released a 12″ vinyl, combining her 2 EPs, 2017’s ‘All That For What’ and 2018’s ‘Sorry I’m Not Perceptible’, on 28th September www.musicglue.com/annabel-allum
Live dates – October UK Headline Tour
9th – Think Tank Underground – Newcastle
10th – Night & Day – Manchester
11th – The Garage (Attic Bar) – Glasgow
12th – The Adelphi – Hull
13th – Crofters Rights – Bristol
15th – Sticky Mikes – Brighton
16th – The Shed (Vault Stage) – Leicester
18th – The Hifi Club – Leeds
19th – Cuban Embassy – Birmingham
20th – SWN Fest – Cardiff
29th – Studio 2 – Liverpool
30th – Moth Club – London
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