Anna Calvi Shares ‘Song’ – Announces Dates

Anna Calvi shares 'Suddenly' single along with a cover of Bruce Springsteen's "fire". announces tour dates..

Anna Calvi’s ‘Suddenly’, the intense, dramatic opener from her second album, One Breath, will be released as a single on 23rd December 2013. The track will be available on 7” (RUG560) and as a digital bundle (RUG560D) b/w a cover of Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Fire’.

The accompanying video was directed by long-term creative collaborator, Emma Nathan, who said the following:

‘I’ve been fortunate enough to collaborate with Anna visually throughout both of her albums and through this a visual language has developed that accompanies her musical aesthetic. The song connected with me in a filmic way, it spoke of black and white, late 40’s, classic, emotional, Billy Wilder and Douglas Sirk. These were the images I got when listening to ‘Suddenly’, those of deeply withheld emotion and extreme release.’

A more personal record than One Breath retains the fiery elements of her debut but is more instinctive and urgent, revealing a wider spectrum of textures and emotion.

Anna Calvi will be touring the US and Europe until the end of the year, and will return to the UK and Ireland for a nine date tour in February 2014. Her next London show will be at The Troxy on February 8th 2014

Nov 11 – USA: New York, Music Hall of Williamsburg

Nov 16 – USA: Los Angeles, Royce Hall

Nov 17 – USA: San Francisco, The Independent

Nov 26 – France: Lille, Le Grand Mix

Nov 27 – France: Caen, Le Cargo

Nov 28 – France: Angers, La Chabada

Nov 30 – France: Vannes, L’echonova

Dec 1 – France: La Roche sur Yon, Fuzz Y’On

Dec 2 – France: Cognac, Les Anciennes Abbatoirs

Dec 4 – France: Toulouse, Le Bikini

Dec 5 – France: Orléans, L’astrolab

Dec 6 – France: Strasbourg, La Laiterie

Dec 8 – France: Clermont–Ferrand, La Cooperative de Mai

Dec 10 – Spain: Barcelona, La 2 de Apolo

Dec 11 – Spain: Madrid, Teatro Lara

Dec 12 – Spain: Valladolid, Lava

Dec 13 – Spain: San Sebastian, Intxaurrondo

Dec 14 – Spain: Vigo, Sala Del Museo de Arte

Dec 16 – Portugal: Porto, Casa da Musica

Dec 17 – Portugal: Lisbon, Lisbon Aula Magna

Feb 1 – Ireland: Dublin – Vicar Street

Feb 2 – N Ire: Belfast, Empire                    

Feb 4 – UK: Leeds, Met University

Feb 5 – Scot: Glasgow, The Arches          

Feb 6 – UK: Manchester, Albert Halls                                                    

Feb 8 – UK: London, Troxy

Feb 10 – UK: Birmingham, Institute        

Feb 11 – UK: Brighton, All Saints Church              

Feb 12 – UK: Bath, Komedia       

Feb 15 – France: Paris, Le Trianon

Feb 16 – Germany: Heidelberg, Karlstorbahnof

Feb 17 – Switzerland: Zurich, Kaufleuten

Feb 21 – Italy: Turin, Hiroshima Mon Amour

Feb 22 – Italy: Bologna: Estragon                      

Feb 24 – Italy: Rome, Auditorium Parco Della Musica

Feb 25 – Italy: Brescia, Teatro Grande

Feb 27 – Slovenia: Ljubljana, Kino Siska

Feb 28 – Austria: Salzburg, Rockhouse

Mar 1 – Germany: Munich, Freiheiz                                                    

Mar 3 – Hungary: Budapest, A38

Mar 4 – Slovakia: Bratislava, Majestic Music Club                          

Mar 5 – Austria: Vienna, Chaya Fuera

Mar 6 – Czech Rep: Prague, Lucerna Music Bar

Mar 8 – Poland: Krakow, Studio

Mar 9 – Poland: Warsaw, Basen

Mar 10 – Poland: Poznan, CK Zamek

Mar 12  – Germany: Berlin, Huxleys

Mar 13 – Germany: Hamburg, Fabrik

Mar 15 – Sweden: Gothennburg, Stadsteartern

Mar 16 – Sweden: Stockholm, Sodra Teatern

Mar 18 – Finland: Helsinki, Tavastia                      

Mar 20 – Denmark: Copenhagen, Amager Bio

Mar 22 – Luxembourg:  Luxembourg, Den Atelier

Mar 23  – Holland: Amsterdam, Paradiso

Mar 24 – Belgium: Brussels: AB Main Hall

Mar 25  – Germany: Cologne, Kantine

Mar 26 – Germany: Frankfurt, St Peter

Mar 28 – Switzerland: Lausanne, D! Club

Mar 29 – Switzerland: Bern, Bierhubeli

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