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James Blunt Releases Third Single I Told You From Upcoming LP 'Once Upon A Mind'

Friday, 11 October 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

James Blunt has released a new song.

The deeply moving I Told You follows the previously shared Champions and Cold in previewing the singer-songwriter’s sixth studio album, ’Once Upon A Mind’, which is out on October 25 via Atlantic Records.

Described by Blunt as a "hymn to his sons", the touching track is a message from a loyal father to his growing-up-too-quickly children. He said:

“Hymn is a great word. When I realised that things were going on at the older end of my family, with my father, I looked at my children and thought: these are things I need to say to you. We need to live every moment to the full, and celebrate the relationships we have. That’s what this song is about: it’s a celebration, with a dash of melancholy."

Blunt will celebrate the follow-up to 2017’s ’The Afterlove’ with a 2020 UK and European arena tour. Tickets are on sale now.

 

James Blunt Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri February 14 2020 - BIRMINGHAM Arena (United Kingdom)
Sat February 15 2020 - MANCHESTER Arena (United Kingdom)
Sun February 16 2020 - HULL Bonus Arena (United Kingdom)
Mon February 17 2020 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Utilita Arena (United Kingdom)
Wed February 19 2020 - GLASGOW SEC Armadillo (United Kingdom)
Thu February 20 2020 - NOTTINGHAM Motorpoint Arena (United Kingdom)
Fri February 21 2020 - CARDIFF Motorpoint Arena (United Kingdom)
Sat February 22 2020 - BRIGHTON Centre (United Kingdom)

Tue February 25 2020 - BRUSSELS Forest National (Belgium)
Wed February 26 2020 - LILLE Zenith (France)
Thu February 27 2020 - PARIS Zenith (France)
Fri February 28 2020 - AMSTERDAM AFAS (Netherlands)
Sun March 01 2020 - MARSEILLE Dome (France)
Mon March 02 2020 - LYON Halle Tony Garnier (France)
Tue March 03 2020 - NANTES Zenith (France)
Fri March 06 2020 - PRAGUE Forest National (Czech Republic)
Sat March 07 2020 - GLIWICE Arena (Poland)
Mon March 09 2020 - BERLIN Mecedes Benz Arena (Germany)
Tue March 10 2020 - LEIPZIG Arena (Germany)
Thu March 12 2020 - HANNOVER Tui Arena (Germany)
Fri March 13 2020 - LINGEN EmslandArena (Germany)
Sat March 14 2020 - HAMBURG Barclaycard Arena (Germany)
Mon March 16 2020 - MANNHEIM SAP Arena (Germany)
Tue March 17 2020 - COLOGNE Lanxness Arena (Germany)
Wed March 18 2020 - OBERHAUSEN Konig Pilsener Arena (Germany)
Thu March 19 2020 - FRANKFURT Festhalle (Germany)
Sat March 21 2020 - MUNICH Olympiahalle (Germany)
Sun March 22 2020 - INNSBRUCK Olympiahalle (Austria)
Tue March 24 2020 - ZURICH Hallenstadion (Switzerland)
Wed March 25 2020 - MILAN Mediolanum Forum (Italy)
Fri March 27 2020 - PADOVA Gt Geox (Italy)
Sat March 28 2020 - ROME Palazzo Dello Sport (Italy)
Mon March 30 2020 - LINZ Tipsarena (Austria)
Tue March 31 2020 - VIENNA Stadthalle (Austria)
Wed April 01 2020 - BUDAPEST Arena (Hungary)
Fri April 03 2020 - STUTTGART Hans Martin Scleyer Halle (Germany)
Sat April 04 2020 - NUREMBERG Arena (Germany)
Sun April 05 2020 - STRASBOURG Zenith (France)

Tue April 07 2020 - LONDON Royal Albert Hall (United Kingdom)

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