Faraway Saints have announced their first full UK headline tour, coinciding with the release of their new single ‘Let the Light Shine On You’.
Stereophonics’ Kelly Jones, Patti Lee, and Dwight Baker left an indelible mark on audiences with their selection of shows preceded by Wind and Wave, Far from the Saints. Their sold-out headline show at EarthH Theatre, along with appearances at popular festivals such as Glastonbury and Black Deer, further cemented their reputation as a powerhouse live act. Notable collaborations include sharing the stage with Kings of Leon at Stadiums, The Juvenile Cancer Trust with Roger Daltrey and headlining outdoor shows with Paul Weller and Incubus. The highly-anticipated headline tour spans 16 dates and culminates in a grand finale at London’s Islington Auditorium.
Fans eager to secure their tickets can sign up to the Far Saints mailing list today, Thursday July 20, with special pre-sale access starting at 9:30am. A pre-sale will be held with any remaining tickets going on general sale from 9.30am on Friday 21st July.
But that’s not all; This week is packed with amazing performances by Far Saints. They’ll be rocking the stage at Cardiff Castle on July 21st and 24th with the legendary Tom Jones and at Latitude Festival on July 22nd. Plus, they’ll be appearing with Hozier at Englefield House on July 23.
The latest single from Far From Saints, ‘Let The Light Shine On You’, has already become a staple of their live shows. The soulful slow-mo offers a warm embrace with its heartfelt lyrics, offering a glimmer of positivity to anyone overwhelmed by life’s demands.
The full dates are:
15th – Birmingham, City Hall
16th – Llandudno, venue Cymru Arena
17th – Glasgow, Pavilion Theatre
19th – Newcastle, Tyne Theatre
20th – Edinburgh, Queen’s Hall
21st – Manchester, Bridgewater Hall
23rd – Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
24th – Bexhill, De La Warr Pavilion.
25th – Reading, Hexagon
27th – Guildford, G Live
28th – Swansea, Brangwyn Hall
29th – Cardiff, St. David’s Hall
1st – bath, platform
2nd – Southampton, O2 Guildhall
3rd – Cambridge, Corn Exchange
5th – London, Islington Auditorium