Sunflower Bean

Announce UK Tour

Twentytwo in Blue was released 23rd March via Lucky Number

praise for Twentytwo in Blue:

“The brilliant Brooklyn trio go Fleetwood Mac here, as Julia Cumming channels her inner Dreams-era Stevie Nicks.” – Sunday Times Culture

“outstanding, and unreservedly, Rumours-rivalling fantastic” MOJO

“…this’ll be the album that catapults them into being recognised as one of the most important artists in the game” - NME

“The young New York trio are a group to fall in love with, a perfectly balanced unit that combines the prime rock elements of drums, bass and guitar, with characterful vocals. They do melodies and attitude; swagger and sensuousness.” – The Telegraph 

New York trio Sunflower Bean (Jacob Faber, Julia Cumming and Nick Kivlen) have just released their second record, Twentytwo in Blue, and recently completed a month long UK and European tour.

Today they announce that they will play a further 12 shows across the UK in November and December 2018, including their largest headline show to-date at London’s newest venue, the 1,500 capacity Hackney Arts Centre.

See below to find a show near you and get your tickets HERE.

Sunflower Bean released Twentytwo in Blue on March 23rd - when all members of the band were 22 years old – which comes almost two years and two months after the release of their critically acclaimed 2016 debut album Human Ceremony. Co-produced by Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s Jacob Portrait (who also mixed the record) and HC-producer Matt Molnar of Friends, Twentytwo in Blue shows Sunflower Bean stay true to their guitar band core and classic rock-inspired roots, while exploring new sonic textures with more direct and progressive themes. Unlike their debut, which was essentially a compilation of songs Sunflower Bean wrote while still in their teens, Twentytwo in Blue was made in the year between December 2016 and December 2017 and showcases how far the band has come since playing together in their high school days. Order Twentytwo in Blue, HERE.

Tour dates  (Additions in BOLD)

25/8 – Reading, England @ Reading Festival

26/8 – Leeds, England @ Leeds Festival

27/8 – Hull, England @ Central Library

28/8 – Hebdon Bridge, England @ Trades Club

29/8 – Edinburgh, Scotland @ Summerhall Arts

30/8 – Dumfries, Scotland @ Drumlanrig Castle

19/11 – Cardiff, Wales @ The Globe

20/11 – Leeds, England @ The Church

21/11 – Brighton, England @ The Old Market

22/11 – London, England @ Hackney Arts Centre

23/11 – Leicester, England @ Dryden Street Social

25/11 – Oxford, England @ The Bullingdon

26/11 – Glasgow, Scotland @ The Art School

27/11 – Manchester, England @ Academy

28/11 – Portsmouth, England @ Wedgewood Rooms

29/11 – Bristol, England @ SWX

30/11 – Cambridge, England @ The Junction

1/12 – Birmingham, England @ Castle & Falcon