Taken from Old Magick due out on Fortuna POP! on the 4th of March
12th Brighton, Hope & Ruin
14th Bristol, Louisiana
15th Cardiff, The Moon Club
16th London, St Pancras Old Church
17th Manchester, The Eagle Inn
18th Glasgow, Hug & Pint
19th Gateshead, Central Bar
20th Leeds, Fox & Newt
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Gradually is the first song taken from Ben Watt’s upcoming solo album Fever Dream. Shot on the backstreets of Hackney and Islington, the video is directed by new young Welsh director, John Jeanes.
Fever Dream, the new solo album from Ben Watt is released worldwide on April 8 2016 on Watt’s own imprint Unmade Road through Caroline International.
The Ben Watt Band feat. Bernard Butler will be on tour from April.
5th Bexhill , De La Warr Pavilion
6th London, Lexington
24th Sheffield, Greystones
25th Liverpool, Arts Club
26th Leeds, Belgrave
27th Newcastle, Cluny 2
28th Glasgow, Centre For Contemporary Arts
3rd Barcelona, Primavera Sound
5th Manchester, Deaf Institute
6th Bristol, Lantern
7th Exeter, Phoenix
8th Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
10th Birmingham, Hare and Hounds
12th London, Field Day Festival
The second single from critically (and Beat Surrender) acclaimed album ‘Rest And Be Thankful’ is an old school double A – ‘Broken Glass’ and brand new track ‘Bones’ featuring the lo-fi traditional skronk of young upstarts JR Green.
“Bones” was written one wintery morning from the window of Inver Cottage, an old fisherman’s croft on the shores of Loch Fyne, and two weeks ago Linden – Joe, Marco, Eric and Stuart – went to The Barne Studio with the wonderful JR Green, rehearsed, recorded and mixed the track on the same day… old skool! The day was beautifully captured by film-maker and Young Bafta winner Iain Henderson.