Harry Pane is heading out on his first UK tour this month, in support of his forthcoming EP ‘The Wild Winds’.
The month-long trek kicks off at The Bedford on 30 March and also includes an I Luv Live performance at Zigfrid Von Underbelly on 10 April.
The singer-songwriter from Northamptonshire, who last year played SXSW in Texas, Glastonbury, CarFest, and Jamie Oliver’s Big Feastival, recently released his latest single, ‘Fletcher Bay’.
The song is a tribute to Pane’s late father, Jerry, who taught him to play guitar and was his first bandmate; when Harry was 15, the pair formed a group called Dexter’s Incident that played local Northamptonshire pubs.
“Nine years ago when I was travelling in New Zealand, my dad came out to join me for a few weeks and we discovered this idyllic place at the end of the Coromandel Peninsula called Fletcher Bay, a hair-raising clifftop drive to a remote beauty spot,” remembers Pane, whose father died unexpectedly last year.
“I’m still grieving but I am now happy that I can make my new EP a tribute. The ‘Wild Winds’ EP signifies an acceptance. I was lucky enough to return to Fletcher Bay to scatter my father’s ashes, a moment I will remember for a lifetime and our friends in Coromandel Town will forever be able to visit.”
- ‘The Wild Winds’, produced by Dani Castelar, will be released on 7 April.