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Upcoming shows: Beans on Toast... Lightheaded + Mt. Misery... Jake Xerxes Fussell... Andrew Wasylyk & Tommy Perman... Cat Clyde... Charlie Parr... Mock Tudors... Dominie Hooper... Steve Wynn... Ryley Walker... Terry Reid... Chime School... The Courettes... Douglas Dare... Tusks... Rachael Lavelle... Euros Childs... Roddy Woomble... Mikey Kenney... John Francis Flynn... Old Sea Brigade... Coruja Jones... Good News... Myriam Gendron... Rob Heron & The Tea Pad Orchestra... Tropical Fuck Storm... Kris Drever... Erland Cooper... Pokey LaFarge... Admiral Fallow... Skinny Lister... The Sheepdogs... Svaneborg Kardyb... The Unthanks in Winter... Jim Moray... Emily Barker... Chuck Prophet... Martin Kohlstedt...

When: 7.30pm on Thursday 1 October 2020
Where: Gullivers, 109 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LW

PLEASE NOTE: This show has been postponed, with the new date to be announced shortly. Original tickets will be valid and all other details will remain the same. Here’s a message from Honey Harper:

It pains us to say it again however, for the health and safety of our band and our fans, we have to postpone our EU and UK dates once again due to travel restrictions and COVID-19. There was no way we could have ever imagined postponing our tour once, so doing it a second time makes it even harder. We were so excited to get out there and show STARMAKER to the world but we will have to continue waiting.

We are currently working on rescheduling the dates to a time when it is safe again for us all to be together and enjoy live music.

Please note all tickets will be valid for the new dates once they are announced!

See you as soon as we can!

Love always,

We’re delighted to be working with Honey Harper for the first time!

Honey Harper announces a string of new UK headline dates in September and October 2020 to coincide with his rescheduled UK and Europe shows. The autumn dates will be the first live performances since the release of his debut album, Starmaker, on 9 March via ATO Records.

The album itself is primarily about the journey to create it and follows his mysterious emergence with Secret from 2017’s critically-acclaimed Universal Country EP (Arbutus Records). The new album’s self-awareness is largely the result of Harper’s inner monologues about his fear of failure, desire for success, and the toll that journey has taken on him and his loved ones. It’s an attempt at honesty through the veil of a country singer lost in the stars. The album also features appearances from Sébastian Tellier, Austra and John Kirby; the contrast of the songs becomes even more apparent and set Honey Harper apart to become the torch-bearer for a revitalised country sound.

Honey Harper, born William Fussell, grew up surrounded by country music in the heart of Georgia. He introduced himself to the country music world with his debut EP Universal Country, a genre-bending project pieced together over multiple years with deep ties to Harper’s Georgia roots. Three years later Harper released Starmaker, his first full-length record which revealed a mature songwriter and superbly gifted vocalist pushing the genre of country music to its outer limits. His critically acclaimed music showcases a multi-faceted new vision of country music and harnesses its most beautiful elements from an outsider’s perspective.

‘A gorgeous kind of spaced-out country that’s anchored by the musician’s clean, androgynous voice’ – The FADER

‘Weightless in sound and heavy in feeling’ – Pitchfork

‘Interstellar country that wraps itself around the horizon’ – Clash Magazine

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