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KT Tunstall Reveals Video For New Single Invisible Empire

Wednesday, 31 July 2013 Written by Jon Stickler

KT Tunstall has revealed a mesmerising new video for her new single Invisible Empire, out August 19.

Says KT of the track: “This song is the title track of the first half of the record, and sets the scene. It’s about creating a reality that is only based on what you want to see, not what’s real. It’ll either come crashing down, or you’ll want to set it alight yourself to find the truth. It’s about the idea that if you try and control life, you kill it, but if you let it flow in its own way, it can flourish”.

Invisible Empire is the new single from KT Tunstall’s fourth studio album ‘Invisible Empire // Crescent Moon’ – the most critically acclaimed album of her career.

Off the back of a string of solo shows in beautiful theatres across the UK and high profile festivals including Glastonbury, KT is playing the following UK live dates in November.

KT Tunstall UK & Ireland Tour Dates are as follows

Thu October 31st 2013 - BELFAST Ulster Hall Belfast
Fri November 1st 2013 - DUBLIN Olympia Theatre
Sat November 2nd 2013 - GALWAY Seapoint
Mon November 4th 2013 - CARDIFF St Davids Hall
Tue November 5th 2013 - BOURNEMOUTH Pavilion Theatre
Wed November 6th 2013 - NORTHAMPTON Derngate
Fri November 8th 2013 - CAMBRIDGE Cambridge Corn Exchange
Sat November 9th 2013 - BRISTOL Colston Hall
Sun November 10th 2013 - BRIGHTON Dome
Tue November 12th 2013 - YORK Barbican
Wed November 13th 2013 - BIRMINGHAM Symphony Hall
Thu November 14th 2013 - BASINGSTOKE Anvil Theatre
Sat November 16th 2013 - LIVERPOOL Philharmonic
Sun November 17th 2013 - LONDON Theatre Royal
Mon November 18th 2013 - MANCHESTER Bridgewater Hall
Wed November 20th 2013 - GATESHEAD Sage
Thu November 21st 2013 - GLASGOW O2 Academy Glasgow
Fri November 22nd 2013 - PERTH Perth Concert Hall

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