Our round-up of the stories we’ve shared over the past seven days provides details on Wet Leg’s highly anticipated debut album.
Wet Leg have confirmed that their self-titled debut album will be released on April 8th next year.
With an instant double hit bigger than ever thanks to Chaise Longue and Wet Dream, the first full-length by Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers is poised to become one of the most anticipated releases in 2022.
Self-esteem will play Headline data in the US next year until appearing on South By Southwest.
Rebecca Taylor is booked at Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn on March 10th and at the Moroccan Lounge in Los Angeles on March 14th, before the Austin whirlwind begins shortly thereafter.
Laura Mvula has announced her Pink Noise UK tour in support of this year’s Mercury-nominated album of the same name.
It will take place in March 2022. Visits to Manchester, Hull, Birmingham, Bristol, Bexhill and London. “Every corner is warmed up with the sunset tones of the 80s,” Mvula said of Pink Noise.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of their modern classical debut album Up The Bracket, The Libertines have announced four UK shows for next year.
Tickets go on sale from 9 a.m. UK time last Friday, December 3; the gigs are scheduled to begin on July 1, 2022 at the Castlefield Bowl in Manchester.
Royal Blood have announced the US and Canadian tour dates for 2022, the duo’s first set there since Typhoon was released earlier this year.
The tour opens in Toronto on April 18, 2022 and is scheduled to take place in May at McMenamin’s Crystal Ballroom in Portland, OR. The penultimate night is in New York City and Terminal 5, followed by the final gig at the House Of Blues in Boston on May 24th.
Kendal CallingIn the summer of 2022 – until then after a three-year absence – the comeback of Stereophonics, The Streets and Supergrass should be at the top.
Behind it are Sports Team, Working Men’s Club, Pip Blom, The Vaccines and many more, all of which are expected at Lowther Deer Park from July 28th to 31st next year.