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Louis Berry Confirms June London And Liverpool Shows, Shares New Single Stumbling

Wednesday, 14 March 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Mike Chalmers

Louis Berry will wrap up his spring European tour with album launch shows in London and Liverpool.

The Merseyside singer-songwriter will celebrate the release of his debut LP at the Sebright Arms on June 11 before a homecoming date at District two days later. Tickets go on sale at 12pm on March 16.

Berry also recently shared the latest single from the album, Stumbling. Speaking about the track, he said:

"It’s a song about when you’re going through things in life and you keep getting knock backs. It’s about having the determination and courage to carry on through hard times and get to a place where you want to be."

Berry will also support Liam Gallagher in Belfast and Dublin this June, as well as appearing at Live At Leeds in May.

Louis Berry Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon June 11 2018 - LONDON Sebright Arms
Wed June 13 2018 - LIVERPOOL District

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