Damon Albarn announces solo live dates

Damon Albarn will play a number of intimate shows to launch his solo debut Everyday Robots.

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Damon Albarn will play a number of intimate shows to launch his solo debut Everyday Robots.

Albarn has announced that he will perform at the Rivioli Ballroom in Crofton Park on April 30, followed by a show at the People’s Palace in Mile End on May 1. Both dates will come shortly after the release of Everyday Robots, which is co-produced by XL Records boss Richard Russell, on April 28. The LP will also feature contributions from Brian Eno and Bat For Lashes singer Natasha Khan. Tickets for both London shows are priced at £35 each and go on sale this Friday (February 14) at 9am GMT.

Albarn will also play a number of European dates.

April 30: The Rivoli Ballroom, LONDON
May 1: The Great Hall at Queen Mary University of London, LONDON
May 3: SOS 4.8 Festival, SPAIN
May 5: Alhambra, PARIS
June 27: Down The Rabbit Hole Festival, NL
July 3: Werchter Festival, BELGIUM
July 4: Roskilde Festival, DENMARK
July 19: Latitude Festival, UK



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