Luke Abbott announces UK live dates plus London support slot with Tyondai Braxton

Border Community producer packs up his synths and heads out on the road.

After revealing details of his second album Wysing Forest, due on June 23, Norfolk-born analogue addict Luke Abbott has lined up a string of live dates for the summer.

As well headline dates in London, Totnes, Glasgow and Manchester (with support from Erased Tapes’ Rival Consoles), he’ll open for ex-Battles musician Tyondai Braxton’s collaborative HIVE performance at London’s Oval Space in May (which is part of the Barbican’s Explorations: the Sound of Nonesuch Records celebrating the 50th anniversary of the American label from 2nd – 30th May).

Abbott also recently went back to The Wysing Arts Centre in Cambridgeshire (where the album was made) to record a live, improvised interpretation of first cut ‘Amphis’ – watch the performance below and admire his taste in crocheted homewares.

Tour dates:

May 20 – London, Tyondai Braxton’s HIVE performance at Oval Space
June 21 – Totnes South Devon Arts Centre
June 23 – Glasgow, Mono
June 25 – Manchester, Kraak Gallery
June 26 – London, St. Pancras Church



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