Newton Faulkner comes to Southampton’s 1865 next month

Newton Faulkner comes to Southampton’s 1865 next month

Newton Faulkner is embarking on a new UK tour this spring, bringing him to Southampton’s 1865 in May.

Kicking off with an appearance at Liverpool’s Hangar 34 on 27th April, the ‘Feels Like Home Tour 2’ will see the Reigate singer-songwriter taking in shows all across England.
Newton Faulkner is continually adjusting to a music landscape dominated by flux
He’s moved from the phenomenal success of his debut album ‘Hand Built By Robots’ to the surging triumph of ‘Write It On Your Skin’; from ‘Studio Zoo’ – which was the first album ever to be live streamed online while being recorded, and was also recorded and released in just five weeks – to the sumptuous ‘Human Love’ plus multiple other records over his incredible 15 year career so far.
He’s now taking this moment to record his next collection of songs. This time a little more production heavy but still full of powerful vocals and his signature guitar sound weaved through the mix.
Newton in the past has often found himself in his home studio working away solo, but not for this next record or in fact this tour. The next phase for Newton is full of collaboration which you can feel in the music to come. Seeing these songs come to life on stage is going to be nothing short of joyous.
With tickets on sale now, the full list of dates can be found as follows:

Saturday-27-Apr             Liverpool           Hangar 34

Sunday-28-Apr                Lincoln               The Drill

Tuesday-30-Apr          Farsley  Old Woollen Mill
Thursday-02-May          Stockton            Arc
Friday-10-May                Cambridge       Junction
Tuesday-14-May            Shrewsbury      Theatre Severn
Friday-17-May                Southampton  1865
Sunday 19th May  Bath Komedia
Tuesday-21-May            Buxton               Opera House
Wednesday-22-May     Southport         Atkinson
Thursday-30-May          Harrogate         Theatre
Saturday-01-Jun             Holmfirth          Picturedrome
Tickets on sale here:
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