He'll also support Mumford & Sons in Europe this summer.
In addition to his huge summer festival dates, British singer-songwriter Eaves is set to tour across the UK's major cities in October 2015 with a newly announced headline tour in support of the recent release of his debut album 'What Green Feels Like'.
Eaves announces headline UK tour
Eaves (aka Joe Lyons) will hit Ballater in Scotland on October 14th and will visit the likes of Edinburgh, Cardiff, Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester and, of course, London where he will play the Bush Hall in Shepherds Bush. It doesn't seem long ago since he finished his last UK run at London's Sebright Arms, and we're not forgetting his slor at Hebden Bridge's January event, Heavenly 25th Weekend.
His next live date, however, will be Glastonbury on June 27th, playing the Park Stage alongside Super Furry Animals, Jamie XX, Sharon Van Etten and Wolf Alice. More festival appearances this summer include Bestival, Camp Bestival, Latitude and Secret Garden Party, and he'll also be seen on Mumford & Sons' European tour dates, with Marcus Mumford taking a shine to the talented musician after he appeared on Radio 1.
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Eaves released his debut album 'What Green Feels Like' recently to much acclaim, and we can expect some captivating live renditions of his new songs. Plus, he has a new single entitled 'Dove In Your Mouth' coming this summer produced by Cam Blackwood, which is definitely another thing to look forward to. He'll be accompanied by his band on some of the major upcoming dates, but will go solo as he travels the Scottish Highlands with shows in Elgin, Stornoway and Ullapool.
'Dove In Your Mouth' comes out on July 17th 2015 through Heavenly Recordings.
All tour dates:
June 27th - Pilton - Glastonbury, The Park Stage
June 29th - Verona - Arena De Verona w/Mumford & Sons
June 30th - Rome - Rock In Rome w/Mumford & Sons
July 1st - Pistoia - Pistoia Blues festival w/Mumford & Sons
July 4th - Nijmegen - Goffertpark w/Mumford & Sons
July 19th - Southwold - Latitude Festival
July 26th - Abbots Ripton - Secret Garden Party
July 31st - Lulworth Castle - Camp Bestival
August 1st - St.Germans - Port Eliot
September 5th - Tollard Royal - End of the Road
September 11th - Isle of Wight - Bestival
September 12th - London - On Blackheath
October 14th - Ballater - The Deeside Inn
October 15th - Elgin - The Drouthy Cobbler
October 16th - Stornoway - Woodlands Centre
October 17th - Ullapool - The Ceildh Place
October 18th - Edinburgh - Sneaky Petes
October 20th - Stockton On Tees - The Georgian Theatre
October 21st - Hebden Bridge - Trades Club
October 22nd - London - Bush Hall
October 23rd - Ramsgate - Music Hall
October 26th - Cardiff - Clwb Ifor Bach
October 27th - Birmingham - Hare & Hounds
October 28th - Leeds - Brudenell Social Club
October 29th - Manchester - Soup Kitchen
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