Sub Pop is pleased to share release details for Mirrors the Sky, the debut full length from London songwriter/producer Lyla Foy. The album, led by the single "Feather Tongue" alongside highlights "Easy" and "I Only," is now available on CD / LP / DL March 17 in Europe and March 18 in North America.
Lyla Foy has scheduled the first of many live dates for 2014, with a short UK tour which begins today March 17 in Bristol at The Louisiana and ends on March 23 in Manchester at The Castle Hotel. Preceding the tour is a show on February 16th in Paris, FR at Trabendo supporting Au Revoir Simone).
About Lyla Foy:
In most aspects of life, it's usually a good idea to keep your options open, lest you deny yourself the opportunity to explore avenues that might lead to transcendence or, at the very least, a little bit more happiness. But sometimes the best course of action is to find your path and stay focused, which is what Lyla Foy has been doing with her music for the past couple of years, a discovery that has led to the creation of her debut album, Mirrors the Sky, due in spring on Sub Pop.
17 March - Bristol, The Louisiana
19 March - London, Purcell Room, Southbank Centre
20 March - Nottingham, The Bodega Social Club
21 March - Glasgow, Nice N Sleazy
23 March - Manchester, The Castle Hotel
1 May - Liverpool Sound City - Tea Shop
3 May - Live in Leeds
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