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Scroobius Pip Announces 'Spoken Word Tour'

Monday, 01 October 2012 Written by Elliott Batte
Scroobius Pip Announces 'Spoken Word Tour'

Spoken word and alternative rap star Scroobius Pip has announced a thirteen-date ‘Spoken Word Tour’ today, kicking off in Norwich on December 1st.

Still riding his successful debut album ‘Distraction Pieces’ - which hit #35 in the UK Albums chart - Scroobius Pip is embarking on a strenuous 13 day, no rest tour which will take him to venues in Leeds, Manchester, Cardiff, Birmingham, London, and more.

Tickets for the shows went onsale this morning and will cost you £10.00 + fees (London £12.00 + fees) - you can find yours through Stereoboard by checking the dates and links at the bottom of the page.

'Distraction Pieces', released on 19th September last year, saw Pip - with producers Yilla and Worgie – drafting in collaborations from Renholder (aka Danny Lohner NIN / A Perfect Circle), Richard Russell (XL), Steve Mason, Sage Francis, P.O.S, Zane Lowe, B Dolan and Aupheus, for a solo record that represents a collision of punk, rock, and hip-hop influences.

You can check out album track ‘Introdiction’ below - while Pip’s UK tour dates can be found below the video.





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