Echobelly play o2 Institute and release new album

Echobelly play o2 Institute and release new album

Echobelly play the 02 Institute in May ahead of the release of their new album Anarchy and Alchemy (26th May).  This is something certain members of the Birmingham Live team are thrilled about.

Reinvigorated after a long hiatus, Echobelly founders Sonya Madan and Glenn Johansson found themselves drawn to writing songs for what would become ANARCHY AND ALCHEMY. Recorded at The Church in north London, with producer Ian Grimble, the title is in part based on the universal side of human nature and the anarchic, alchemical as well as courageous and destructive side of our character. It also tackles the uncertainty we now face more than ever in all aspects of our contemporary lives.

The full dates are:

MAY
18th The Globe, Cardiff
20th Birmingham Institute
21st Open, Norwich
26th The Plug, Sheffield
27th Fibbers, York
JUNE
15th O2 Islington Academy

 

Photograph: Stephanie Colledge

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