Tour dates and venues for Another Sky
There is also a a run of UK dates through November and December.
They have also released their new single Fell In Love With The City.
Vocalist Catrn Vincent said: I hate breakup songs. I don’t know why, it’s the most universal feeling. Maybe because the world has so many of them.
“Moving to London was a dramatic shift from small-town life where it didn’t even occur to me I could do music, where this vision of me as a housewife who never amounted to anything felt inescapable, in to a bigger world, of people from all over, of new ideas and a new version of myself.
“People say I sound like a man. Maybe that means they’ll listen.
“I Slept On The Floor is an amalgamation of the ever-shifting life I have shared with Another Sky over the past six years, searching for resolution between my home town-self and the self a new city brought me.
“It was why in 2017, at St Pancras Church, Another Sky performed in the dark as silhouettes, big illuminated circles behind each of us.
“People left asking if the singer was a woman or a man. I wanted to ask why it mattered.
“I wanted the band to be a mirror, reflecting the darkness back at itself. I thought I had found myself in that darkness.
I grew up in a white picket fence town with a fear of beds, preferring to sleep on the floors of bathrooms in case I got sick at night.In 2013, I moved to London and thought I’d found a bigger, better place.
“Suddenly I was exploding into a world of a million possibilities.”
Tour dates are:November 11 – EartH, LondonNovember 19 – Think Tank, NewcastleNovember 20 – King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, GlasgowNovember 21 – Hyde Park Book Club, LeedsNovember 26 – The Bullingdon, OxfordNovember 27 – Star & Garter, ManchesterNovember 28 – The Sunflower Lounge, BirminghamDecember 3 – The Hope & Ruin, BrightonDecember 4 – Clwb Ifor Bach, CardiffDecember 5 – The Louisiana, Bristol
Tickets for the tour are on sale now.