Tom Misch to return to Birmingham on winter UK tour

Skyrocketing to stardom, singer-songwriter Tom Misch is to return to Birmingham on a massive UK tour this Autumn, with a date pencilled in for the O2 Academy.

Tom Misch recently played a stellar set at the O2 Institute, flaunting a captivating live show filled with grand instrumentation and soothing vocals. He is a particularly unique talent flaunting a more raw, unaltered sound that stands out as refreshing against much in the popular music sphere today.

His debut album Geography comes out on April 6th, featuring an array of impressive guest appearances such as Loyle Carner, De La Soul, Gold Link and his support act on his recent tour Poppy Ajudha.

Tickets go on sale on Thursday 29th March from all reputable ticket sellers and the full tour dates are as follows:

November

11 – Newcastle, O2 Academy
12 – Birmingham, O2 Academy
14 – Manchester, O2 Apollo
15 – London, O2 Academy

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Media and Communications student with a passion for music and discovering new artists. 90% of the time you'll find me at a gig. I listen to a really wide range of artists such as The 1975, Two Door Cinema Club, Bombay Bicycle Club, Ed Sheeran, Disclosure, Lorde, Florence and The Machine, Ben Howard, as well as a tonne of pop music like Taylor Swift and Ellie Goulding.