Richmond Fontaine’s Vlautin To Play Lastminute London And Brighton Gigs

Willy Vlautin announces Latitude Festival warm-ups

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Richmond Fontaine‘s Willy Vlautin is to play three solo warm up shows prior to his appearance at Latitude Festival this Sunday (July 19).

As well as the previously announced ‘press night’ at London’s Social venue for just 40 fans on Friday (July 17) – where he will preview new material from RF’s forthcoming album ‘We Used To Think The Freeway Sounded Like A River’ – he will now also play another set at London’s Windmill pub in Brixton on the same night, on stage at 10pm.

Vlautin will also be performing a full show of new and old material at Brighton venue The Basement on Saturday (July 18).

Richmond Fontaine’s next single, the first to be released on 7″ in years will be new album track “You Can Move Back Here.” You can listen to the track free here.


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