Beth Orton is a British folktronica singer-songwriter from East Dereham, Norfolk.
Starting her music career in 1993, collaborating with William Orbit and The Chemical Brothers, she released her debut UK album, ‘Trailer Park’ in 1996, and gained a Top 40 single with a reissue of She Cries Your Name, the following year. This was followed by ‘Central Reservation’ in 1999, which hit #17 in the UK Albums Chart,while ‘Daybreaker’, released in 2002 reached #8 in the chart, ‘Comfort of Strangers’ came out in 2006, and ‘Sugaring Season’ in 2012. Her latest album, ‘Kidsticks’, dropped in May 2016.
She has headlined her own shows and tours across the UK, including the Royal Albert Hall, as well as having supported the likes of The Beautiful South.
Next Beth Orton will play an intimate In The Round show at The Roundhouse in London this February, which she's extended into a whole tour of the UK and Ireland. Catch her live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.