Chelsea Wolfe Announces UK and Europe Acoustic Tour
We’re very big fans of Chelsea Wolfe at Kerrang!, so the fact that Chelsea Wolfe has announced an acoustic tour of Europe in March 2020 that will take in a whole bunch of unique venues is extremely exciting.
By all accounts, the chosen venues will provide the California songwriter with special settings in which to experience her sixth record, the 4K-rated Birth Of Violence, which was released just last month.
In our review, we wrote: “It’s not just that these songs have a quiet charm and gentle ease to them that makes Birth Of Violence so stunning, but the intimacy that they possess. Be All Things and American Darkness – a song that mixes the melancholia of Portishead with a delivery so soft it almost feels like it might fall apart – radiate a warm tenderness that takes you deep into the retreat from reality from which they were born. On the title-track, meanwhile, the beautiful melody is accented by the audible sound of Chelsea’s plectrum picking out the notes, and her fingers squeaking on the strings. It’s a cosiness that typifies the whole album, a sense of the relaxed, comfortable feelings that only truly come from home, a closed door, and a break from the demands and distractions of the outside world.”
In other words – if you haven’t already checked it out, do so right now. Tickets for her spring tour go on sale at 10am UK on October 9. Check out the dates below.
Chelsea Wolfe Europe/UK tour 2020
11 Prague Archa Theatre
12 Berlin RBB Sendesaal
13 Leipzig UT Connewitz
14 Bochum Christus Kirche
16 Utrecht TivoliVredenburg
17 Paris La Gaité Lyrique
19 Manchester Stoller Hall
20 Glasgow Saint Luke’s
21 Coventry Coventry Cathedral
22 London Alexandra Palace Theratre
23 Antwerp Bourla
25 Lyon Chapelle De La Trinité
26 Pully Theatre de L’Octogone
28 Munich Kammerspiele
29 Hamburg Gruenspan
30 Copenhagen Koncerthuset – Studio 2
31 Oslo Kulturkirken Jakob
01 Stockholm Nalen
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