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The Orielles Plot 2019 Tour Dates And Share Two New Tracks

Tuesday, 06 November 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

The Orielles will embark on a UK tour in February.

The band will return to the road following a handful of previously announced dates at the end of the year, including their biggest London show to date at Heaven plus a sold out homecoming at the Hebden Bridge Trades Club just before Christmas.

Tickets for the new gigs go on sale Friday, with stops planned in Leeds, Birmingham, Reading, Nottingham, Preston, Bristol, York, Hull, Norwich, Bedford and Oxford. 

Made up of sisters Sidonie B and Esmé Dee Hand-Halford, and Henry Carlyle Wade, the Orielles have now also recruited a new member, Alex Stephens, on keyboards.

To celebrate the tour news, the band have shared two new tracks, Bobbi's Second World and their Peggy Gou cover, It Makes You Forget (Itgehane). Talking about the tacks, the band said:

"Bobbi's Second World, written with the addition of a new member on keys, exhibits an explosion of new sounds and ideas that came to fruition after a long summer of playing festivals and taking inspiration from music that made us dance. It centres around the story of a cat named Bobbi who, in order to become a lady, has to experience the extremities of two complex and differing realities- situated in her front and back gardens respectively.

"The eccentric instrumentation, influenced by northern soul, post-punk and funk music, matches the quirkiness of the lyrics to create a song that concerns a young cats maturity whilst displaying a certain maturity in the music itself. After noticing a passion for songs that make us emotional; want to dance and quite literally 'forget', we decided to cover one of Peggy Gou's latest floor fillers, 'Itgehane aka It Makes You Forget' hoping that we could evoke the aforementioned qualities of music within other listeners!"

The Orielles Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu November 29 2018 - LONDON Heaven
Fri December 07 2018 - LIVERPOOL Invisible Wind Factory
Sat December 15 2018 - HEBDEN BRIDGE Trades Club
Sat February 16 2019 - LEEDS Belgrave Music Hall
Tue February 19 2019 - BIRMINGHAM Hare and Hounds
Wed February 20 2019 - READING Face Bar
Thu February 21 2019 - NOTTINGHAM Rescue Rooms
Fri February 22 2019 - PRESTON Ferret
Sun February 24 2019 - BRISTOL Exchange
Tue February 26 2019 - YORK Crescent
Wed February 27 2019 - HULL Welly
Thu February 28 2019 - NORWICH Waterfront Studio
Fri March 01 2019 - BEDFORD Esquires
Sun March 03 2019 - OXFORD Bullingdon

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