Fresh off a round of major support shows, Irish four piece Keywest are set to play a string of shows in and around the UK.
From busking on the streets of Ireland to playing arena support slots for Bastille, Bryan Adams and Kodaline, Irish four piece Keywest are set to start off their UK tour in their home country later next month. They stop off at the small room of the O2 Institute in Birmingham on April 3rd.
We were lucky enough to get a sneak preview of the busking sensation in action on the streets of Liverpool on a cold Friday afternoon. This band infuses the combination sounds of rock, pop and indie and have secured a number one album in Ireland, their second album Joyland which was released in 2015.
Two of their new singles yet to be released –‘C’est La Vie‘ and ‘Somebody to Love‘ – were played during their set. Tickets for this tour are available via the link above.
30 – O2 Academy, Liverpool
02 – Borderline, London
03 – O2 Institute3, Birmingham
04 – Academy 3, Manchester
06 – The Garage, Glasgow
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