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Fancy getting out of the house? Have a browse of the below events, check out the playlist at the bottom of the page, and see if anything grabs you.


Off the back of his latest record, Birds With Broken Wings, the larger than life Canadian singer songwriter Ben Caplan announces his return to the UK with a string of dates, which will include a show at London’s Union Chapel November 10th. The 10 dates include Manchester, Nottingham, Newcastle, Birmingham and finish in Glasgow. Details

Ahead of the release of his new single ‘Jump’, and a new album coming out next year, folk musician Kevin Pearce will tour his electronica-tinged sounds around the UK this October and November. Details

After a several year hiatus, Collin and Libaux embark on a new chapter in the Nouvelle Vague saga. The new album, I Could Be Happy, is released on 4th November and coincides with a European tour. Details

Lou Rhodes, of pioneering electronic duo Lamb, has announced a short UK tour after the release of her latest solo record. Lou is playing four exclusive shows in Manchester, Leeds, London and Brighton. Details

Following the release of her album Every Time My Mind Runs Wild, Canadian alt-rock singer-songwriter Terra Lightfoot brings her raw and emotionally-charged songs to Notting Hill Arts Club on the 2nd Oct before heading out on a week-long UK run of dates. Details

Bringing their bubblegum pop and folk-rock, Australian duo Oh Pep! venture to the UK to showcase their debut album Stadium Cake with an eight-date tour of the UK. Details

Stephen Steinbrink‘s inspiration comes from an early life in the church, acid hallucinations and tales from the round. Sounding like a blend of Arthur Russell, Steely Dan and Wilco. He comes to the UK in October with his new album Anagrams. Details

London only

Welsh Music Prize winner, Georgia Ruth, plays an intimate album launch show at London’s Servant Jazz Quarters on October 11th in support of her second album, Fossil Scale. Details

With the release of her album Even If, Gitta De Ridder brings her soothing sounds and songs to Servant Jazz Quarters on 10th October. Details

Michael Baker is a singer-songwriter currently based in London. Think Bon Iver, mixed with Passenger. His debut album Dust & Bone is due for release on October 21st. Michael plays The Old Queens Head, London on the 4th October. Details

Halfway through her UK tour, San Francisco’s Miranda Lee Richards plays O2 Academy Islington 2 on the 4th October, bringing her artistic, dreamy, and bohemian music with her. Details

With the imminent release of The Goat Roper Rodeo Band‘s debut album Cosmic Country Blue, the Welsh-based trio bring their lively show to London for one night on the 7th October to celebrate their album release with foot-stomping country blues. Details

Formed from the ashes of Hey Negrita, London-based five-piece Curse of Lono support Uncle Lucius with their cinematic Southern Gothic alt-rock, playing tracks from their brand new, self-titled EP. O2 Academy Islington 2, London, Thursday 3rd November. Details

After releasing her bi-lingual album Lola, Texan Carrie Rodriguez brings her Ameri-Chicana blend of English and Spanish songs to The Old Queen’s Head on the 4th November. Details

With dark yet enchanting melodies and empowered orchestral sound, the Beatrix Players play a very special single launch show at Green Note. The trio Draw comparisons from Kate Bush to Regina Spektor. Details

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Photo credit: Gitta De Ridder by Sanel Kadic