British folk singer, Will Varley has announced that he will be rescheduling his UK tour. The tour was planned to begin in November but will now take place in January and February 2018.
The reason for the change is that Varley will be heading back into the studio to record a new album later this year.
In a statement Varley explained his decision further –
“After much deliberation, we have decided to move my November tour to January and February 2018. I’ve been offered the opportunity to work with a really incredible producer (and) hopefully this will mean I’ll have a new album for you all very soon.
Unfortunately, this is the only way we could make the dates work and although all tickets will still be valid for the rescheduled shows, I’m really sorry for any inconvenience this still might cause any of you.
I haven’t made this decision lightly, but I feel like it will be for the greater good as I want to make the best record I can. I can’t wait for you all to hear the new songs. See you all in 2018.”
Varley has fully embraced life on the road with 2017 proving to be one of his busiest yet, a US tour with Frank Turner, the artist then embarked on his own headline tour in Germany, as well as wowing UK festival audiences with his brand of politically charged and emotionally driven folk songs.
The rescheduled dates are:
30 Birmingham @ O2 Institute 3
31 Nottingham @ Rescue Rooms
01 Leeds @ Brudenell Social Club
02 Edinburgh @ Le Belle Angele
03 Manchester @ Club Academy
06 Southampton @ 1865
07 Cardiff @ The Globe
08 Bristol @ Trinity Centre
09 London @ O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire