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Miles Kane announces rescheduled UK tour dates for May 2022

Kane will release his new album 'Change the Show' on January 21

By Joe Goggins

Miles Kane press shot, 2021
'Change the Show' is out later this month. (Photo: Lauren Luxenberg/Press)

Miles Kane has rescheduled his January and February UK tour dates for May.

The Liverpudlian rocker had been due to hit the road this month in support of his fourth solo album, the appropriately-titled ‘Change the Show’, which is due out on January 21st. Ongoing COVID-19 concerns driven by the Omicron variant, however, have forced him to push the tour back until the spring. 

“Unfortunately due to disruptions caused by Covid-19, we’ve made the decision to postpone my UK Tour this January/February,” Kane said in a post on Twitter. “I’ll be back on the road in May and I can’t wait to see you all. Tickets remain valid for the new dates. X”

The extensive 16-date run had been due to kick off in Manchester at the Albert Hall on January 28, and run through to a hometown show at O2 Academy Liverpool on February 19th. Instead, Kane will now bring the curtain up on the tour at Brighton’s Concorde 2 on May 11, and go on to play Southampton, Nottingham, Liverpool, Bristol, Northampton, Newcastle, Glasgow, Warrington, Cardiff, Birmingham, Manchester, Sheffield, Norwich and Leeds, before closing out the run at the Roundhouse in Camden on May 31.

Support at the shows will come from Brooke Combe on all dates except Norwich on May 28; the Warrington gig on May 21, meanwhile, will feature Red Rum Club and Seb Lowe on the bill. Kane has already released four tracks from ‘Change the Show’; early singles ‘See Ya When I See Ya’, ‘Caroline’ and ‘Don’t Let It Get You Down’ were followed in November by an unlikely collaboration with Corinne Bailey Rae, ‘Nothing’s Ever Gonna Be Good Enough’.

‘Change the Show’ will be the first solo album from the Last Shadow Puppets man since 2018’s ‘Coup de Grace’. According to Kane, the album’s gestation during the COVID-19 lockdowns mean that it “was born out of an intense period of self-reflection; having all this unexpected time on my hands.” He added that the record features “big highs, big lows, daydreams, true friends and deep feelings.”

Kane’s full rescheduled tour dates are below. 

Miles Kane, May 2022:

11 – Brighton, Concorde 2

12 – Southampton, Engine Rooms

13 – Nottingham, Rock City

14 – Liverpool, O2 Academy

16 – Bristol, O2 Academy

17 – Northampton, Roadmender

19 – Newcastle, University

20 – Glasgow, O2 Academy

21 – Warrington, Parr Hall

23 – Cardiff, Tramshed

24 – Birmingham, O2 Institute

25 – Manchester, Albert Hall

27 – Sheffield, Leadmill

28 – Norwich, Waterfront

29 – Leeds, O2 Academy

31 – London, Roundhouse