News | Worry Dolls: New EP, single, and tour

CD_PrintedSleeve.aiWorry Dolls have recently announced that they will be releasing a new EP, as well as embarking on an extensive UK tour later this year – much to the delight of the London acoustic scene and their fans across the country. The London-based duo have also released a taster from their upcoming EP, in the form of the track ‘Be So Cruel’.

Although Worry Dolls may still be shaping and really solidifying their place in the British ‘new folk’ arena, they have already gained quite a following, represented by the thousands of listens their self-titled debut EP received online. Worry Dolls’ particular blend of country harmonies and solidly written folk songs has certainly turned some heads – and will surely continue to do so.

With their upcoming second release, Burden, the band are said to shift towards a slightly more mature Americana, roots-y sound than their previous release – yet all the while still managing to maintain their trademark ‘Englishness’ in the form of straight, honest lyricism and a tongue-in-cheek playfulness.

The second EP from Worry Dolls, Burden, is expected to be released on June 8th. You can listen to to track ‘Be So Cruel’ on the band’s Soundcloud page.

 

Worry Dolls will also be embarking on a thorough, nationwide tour, on and around the Burden release date. You can catch them at these locations:

May 09 – The Forum, Darlington
May 14 – Oval Tavern, Croydon
May 16 – Altitude Festival, Blackborough
May 17 – Kingkerswell Parish Church, Kingskerswell
May 22 – View Two Gallery, Liverpool
May 23 – Brew House, Bath
May 24 – The Prince Albert, Stroud
May 30 – Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells
Jun 02 – EP LAUNCH – The Sebright Arms, London
Jun 04 – Donkey Bar, Leicester
Jun 05 – The Live Room – Saltaire
Jun 06 – Southwell Folk Festival, Nottinghamshire 
Jun 07 – The Blues Bar, Harrogate 
Jun 12 – The Fleece, Bristol
Jun 13 – BAAM Fest, Bude
Jun 16 – The Bicycle Shop, Norwich 
Jun 21 – Rhythms of the World Festival, Hitchin
Jun 27 – Glastonbury Festival, Pilton
Jul 5 – London Unsigned Festival
Jul 5 – London Folk Festival
Jul 26 Village Pump Folk Festival, Wiltshire
Aug 15 – BoomTown Fair, Hampshire 
Aug 28 – Greenbelt Festival, Kettering
Aug 29 – Towersey Festival, Oxfordshire
Aug 30 – Watchet FestivalSomerset
Find tickets for all gigs online and on the Worry Dolls website.

 

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