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Ghostpoet Announces Headline UK Tour + Mt Wolf and Andrew Ashong Support

October Headline UK Tour Including London’s Hackney Empire Announced
Mt Wolf and Andrew Ashong Announced as Aupport Acts

4* “Not since Massive Attacks ‘Blue Lines’ has a heavy heart and urban dread been so absorbing” – Q
4* ”Ghostpoet serves up his bruised, tender hat with the steely precision of a master sushi chef.” – Mojo
“If you liked his Mercury nominated debut, Peanut Butter Blues and Melancholy Jam you’ll love this” – The Sunday Times
8* “That Murky world of electro clicks ticks and cosmonaut synths that Thom Yorke has been dipping into for years, Ghostpoet lives for real.” – The NME
“Sputtering beats, languid Jazz vibes, subterranean whispers” – The Independent
4* “Compelling sonics and drama on the spoken word stars second album” The Daily Mirror
4* “Brooding and brilliant” – The Fly
4* “It’s a paean to inner-city pressure, with an insistent pulse” – Metro
 “Nods to Radiohead and Burial” – The Guardian
4* – The Financial Times

Two years on from the release of his Mercury nominated debut, ‘Peanut Butter Blues and Melancholy Jam’, Ghostpoet aka Obaro Ejimiwe releases ‘Cold Win’ – the second single from his new album ‘Some Say I So I Say Light’ which came out May 2013 through Play It Again Sam, which was nominated in two categories at this year’s AIM Awards.

Fresh from a SOLD OUT UK tour, which included The Village Underground plus a packed summer of festival dates, Ghostpoet announces his October headline tour that concludes with London’s Hackney Empire. Tickets can be found here:  Support comes from the fantastic Mt Wolf, who will be joining Ghostpoet on all dates apart from London, Manchester, Cardiff and Dublin.  Singer/songwriter Andrew Ashong has been added to the bill in London, fresh from his acclaimed performance at Croatia’s Soundwave Festival.

October Headline Tour

October 17th: SWN Festival – Cardiff
October 18th: The Bodega Social Club – Nottingham
October 19th: The Deaf Institute – Manchester
October 20th: The Wedgewood Rooms – Portsmouth
October 21st: Glee Club – Birmingham
October 22nd: CCA – Glasgow
October 23rd: Think Tank – Newcastle
October 24th: Hackney Empire – London
October 25th: Button Factory – Dublin


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