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Dan Patlansky has released a new single in advance of his upcoming UK tour.
‘Sonnova Faith’, the latest release from his current album ‘Introvertigo’, precedes the South African blues rock guitarist’s first national trek since his special guest appearance on King King’s 2016 shows.
The tour, which features support from Ash Wilson, includes a London gig, at Islington O2 Academy on 2 May. Tickets are available from the 24 hour box office 0844 478 0898, thegigcartel.com, and http://danpatlansky.com/shows.
“This song is not trying to knock Christianity at all, but rather the greedy people with some form of power within religion, that completely take the piss,” says Patlansky of the track, which follows his previous UK radio singles ‘Stop The Messin’’, ‘Backbite’, and ‘Fetch Your Spade’.
Wilson, the Lincolnshire-based singer-songwriter, releases his debut album, ‘Broken Machine’ on 21 April.
Mr. Kyps, Poole: Saturday 15 April
HRH Blues Festival, Sheffield Academy: Sunday 16 April (Sold Out)
Islington O2 Academy, London: Tuesday 2 May
The Deaf Institute, Manchester: Wednesday 3 May
The Globe, Cardiff: Thursday 4 May
The Tunnels, Bristol: Friday 5 May
The Factory, Barnstable: Saturday 6 May