Spiritualized Mainline Again

Jason Pierce announces a series of UK shows

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Jason Pierce has announced that he will be performing more of his Spiritualized – “Acoustic Mainline” shows, this April.

The dates follow on from last autumn’s sold-out tour, when the front man first played a combination of his musical back catalogue, reworked.

Spiritualized-Acoustic Mainlines feature songs from Spaceman 3, Spiritualized as well as other artists. Pierce is accompanied by Spiritualized guitarist Doggen as well as a string quartet and gospel singers.

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Jason Pierce has also resumed work mixing the follow-up to the hugely successful Top 5 album, ‘Amazing Grace’, which was postponed last year due to serious illness.

The new album, now due for release in 2007, is described by J Spaceman as being “the work of the devil……with a little guidance from me.”

Pierce’s acoustic ensemble will also be appearing as special guests to Massive Attack on their sold out shows on February 6, 7 and 8. These shows are in support of the Hoping Foundation for Palestinian children.

You can catch Pierce and friends, at the following headline venues in April:

Glasgow, Academy (April 23)
Leeds, City Varieties (24)
Wolverhampton, Wulfrun Hall (25)
London, Shepherd’s Bush Empire (26)
Minehead Butlins, All Tomorrow’s Parties (28)

For more information about the new album and tour, click here to go to Spiritualized.com

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Plus, click here to find out more about the Hoping Foundation

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