NEWS: Miles Kane Announces Jan/Feb 2022 UK Tour
Following the announcement that his new album, Change The Show, will be released on 21st January 2022 on BMG, Miles Kane today announces his highly anticipated return to UK touring.
Known for his energetic performances and delivering blistering live shows, the tour kicks off in Manchester at the Albert Hall and ends with a raucous hometown show in Liverpool on 19th February at the O2 Academy 1. Support for the tour will come from Scottish songstress Brooke Combe who Miles recently dueted with in a soulful cover of Womack’s & Womack’s ‘Teardrops’. Last week Miles also announced that he will play an intimate gig at London’s Omeara on 15th September which sold out in minutes!
Miles Kane plays the following UK dates. Tickets for the 2022 UK tour go on pre-sale 8th September at 10.00 AM. Fans can pre-order the album to gain pre-sale access. Tickets go on general sale 10th September at 10.00 AM from HERE.
Wed 15th LONDON, Omeara SOLD OUT
Fri 28th MANCHESTER, Albert Hall
Mon 31st SHEFFIELD, The Leadmill
Tues 1st LEEDS, O2 Academy
Thurs 3rd NEWCASTLE, O2 Academy
Fri 4th GLASGOW, O2 Academy
Sat 5th BIRMINGHAM, O2 Institute
Mon 7th CARDIFF, The Tramshed
Tues 8th BRISTOL, O2 Academy
Thurs 10th OXFORD, O2 Academy 1
Fri 11th SOUTHAMPTON, Engine Rooms
Sat 12th NORWICH, The Waterfront
Mon 14th CAMBRIDGE, Cambridge Junction
Tues 15th NORTHAMPTON, Roadmender
Weds 16th LONDON, Roundhouse
Fri 18th NOTTINGHAM, Rock City
Sat 19th LIVERPOOL, O2 Academy 1
Following a chance “no frills session” with psych-rock duo Sunglasses For Jaws at the band’s Hackney studio, Miles’ fourth solo album Change The Show really began to take shape. “I saw myself in their energy, but also their taste and their knowledge of music,” Miles explains. “It was the first time I’d felt old!”
Opening with the honest soft croon of ‘Tears are Falling’, the album is a joyous ride from start to finish and features a surprising, but spectacular appearance from Grammy-nominated singer Corinne Bailey Rae for a duet on ‘Nothing’s Ever Gonna Be Good Enough’. It's an album that best represents Miles himself: charmingly authentic, and like nothing else you'll hear in pop music today.
A record for fans both new and old, Change The Show is the Miles Kane album we’ve all been waiting for. The apotheosis of his previous works, incorporating those classic rock and glam influences, but focusing more closely on Motown, soul, and Fifties R&B.