Anglo-Irish trio Lon Dubh announce May tour

Lon Dubh

Lon Dubh are a three part harmony trio singing hypnotic original songs inspired by landscapes of Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales and its poetry and mythology. Expect carefully crafted songs that sound like they’ve always existed.

Lon Dubh (rhymes with ‘love’) is Irish for blackbird, reflecting the roots of nature and folklore that have inspired the songcraft of Branwen’s arrangements. The songs are performed alongside established singer/songwriters Anna Ling and Anna Anise.

They’ll be travelling north as far as York, south as far as Cornwall, East as far as Brighton and West as far as Aberystwyth, so you’ll be sure to find them in a town near you.

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Tour dates

Thursday 9 May – Patchwork Studios, Rame supporting True Foxes
Wednesday 15 May – Barrel House Ballroom, Totnes
Thursday 16 May – Green Note, London
Friday 17 May – Bristol Folk House supporting Rachel Newton
Tuesday 21 May – NCI Centre, Cambridge
Thursday 23 May – Cafe#9, Sheffield
Friday 24 May – City Screen Picturehouse, York
Sunday 26 May – Hare Moon Camp, Cambridgeshire
Tuesday 28 May – The Folklore Rooms, Brighton
Wednesday 29 May – Mycelium Space, Frome
Friday 31 May – Fire in the Mountain Festival, Wales


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