Wunderhorse has introduced particulars of a UK and Eire tour, which is able to happen in spring 2023 – see full dates under and purchase tickets right here.
The band – the challenge of former Useless Pretties frontman Jacob Slater – emerged final yr with debut single ‘Teal’ and have shared a handful of singles since.
In June, he introduced particulars of his debut album ‘Cub’ and a headline present in London. The album was launched on September 16 through Communion.
Slater has now confirmed a UK and Eire tour for subsequent yr, which is able to kick off in Southampton on March 26, earlier than heading to cities like Newcastle, Glasgow, Brighton, London and Dublin. The tour finishes on April 16 in Galway.
Tickets go on common sale on October 28 at 9am and could be discovered right here. A pre-sale will probably be obtainable and could be accessed by signing as much as the mailing record.
We’re happy to announce our first headline tour across the UK and Eire. Signal as much as our mailing record https://t.co/TI7w3pXSBe for early entry. Basic sale Friday twenty eighth October from 9am. pic.twitter.com/XotUZpGi2s
— Wunderhorse (@wunderhorse) October 21, 2022
Chatting with NME earlier this month, Slater mentioned of his debut solo album: “I discovered it extra fascinating to write down about different individuals than me. A whole lot of these songs had been written in my late-teens and early-20s, and I wasn’t positive if I had a selected voice to inform these tales.
“I assumed it’d be higher to take a look at individuals round me who’d impacted my life quite than working the danger of sounding up my very own arse, or trying again and never being pleased with what I mentioned. I don’t know what my emotions are half the time.”
In a four-star overview, NME described ‘Cub’ as “a goodbye to the Jacob Slater we beforehand knew, and a vastly thrilling welcome to a songwriter lastly changing into himself. You may envisage him making data like this for many years to return.”
Wunderhorse 2023 tour:
26 – Joiners, Southampton
27 – Hare & Hounds, Birmingham
28 – The Cluny, Newcastle
30 – King Tuts, Glasgow
31 – Deaf Institute, Manchester
01 – Brudenell Social Membership, Leeds
02 – Bodega, Nottingham
04 – The Bullingdon, Oxford
05 – Inexperienced Door Retailer, Brighton
06 – Electrical Ballroom, London
08 – Useless Well-known, Newquay
09 – Cornish Financial institution, Falmouth
11 – Louisiana, Bristol
12 – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
14 – The Workman’s Membership, Dublin
15 – Kasbah, Limerick
16 – Roisin Dubh, Galway