Following his sold out London dates earlier this year, Max Jury, one of the most exciting American singer-songwriters to emerge in recent years, has announced a UK tour for this autumn.
The Des Moines native is gearing up to release a new EP, the follow-up to his stunning debut 'Something In The Air', which spawned 6 music staple 'Christian Eyes'.
Max Jury plays:
Sun 14th BRIGHTON, The Prince Albert
Mon 15th LONDON, Sebright Arms
Tue 16th ST ALBANS, The Horn
Fri 26th BRISTOL, Birdcage
Sat 27th NOTTINGHAM, Red Room
Mon 29th BIRMINGHAM, The Sunflower Lounge
Tue 30th LEEDS, Brudenell (Games Room)
Wed 1st GLASGOW, Nice N Sleazy
Tue 7th EDINBURGH, Voodoo Rooms
Wed 8th MANCHESTER, Castle Hotel
Fri 10th LONDON, St. Pancras Church
'Something In The Air' contained three original songs that were effortless examples of heartfelt, country tinged, beautifully sung and perfectly executed American music at its finest. 6music played the songs on heavy rotation with Steve Lamacq even inviting him in for a session.
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