Oxford 4-piece Low Island have confirmed their biggest ever headline tour.
The newly confirmed tour kicks off in Guildford on 12 March 2019, taking in a total of thirteen shows and finishes up in Newcastle on 4 April 2019.
Low Island (named after a small rock in the Atlantic Ocean) is a collaboration between DJ/Producers Jamie Jay and Carlos Posada, bassist Jacob Lively and drummer Felix Higginbottom. The four musicians create genre-blurring electronica that is highly enjoyable and would not sound out of place as the soundtrack to the 2011 Ryan Gosling film Drive.
The band have earned comparisons to heavyweights such as LCD Soundsystem, Caribou and Radiohead.
Low Island have released a handful of EPs/singles in their career so far. Their latest release, Low Island & Friends 17-18 dropped in October and is a collection of singles that they’ve released over the past two years. Don’t get it twisted though, it’s definitely not an album. Watch the official video for single Holding It Down below:
Known for their mesmerising live shows, Low Island have played festivals such as Reading and Leeds, Kendal Calling, The Great Escape and Truck.
Don’t miss the band on tour in Spring 2019.
Here are the dates:
12 March 2019 – Boileroom, Guildford
13 March 2019 – Joiners, Southampton
14 March 2019 – The Cookie, Leicester
15 March 2019 – Phase One, Liverpool
16 March 2019 – Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds
20 March 2019 – Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
21 March 2019 – Green Door Store, Brighton
26 March 2019 – Thekla, Bristol
27 March 2019 – Soup Kitchen, Manchester
28 March 2019 – Bodega, Nottingham
29 March 2019 – South Street Art Centre, Reading
3 April 2019 – Broadcast, Glasgow
4 April 2019 – Think Tank?, Newcastle
Tickets for Low Island’s upcoming tour are available now through TicketWeb.co.uk