We are proud to be able to bring you a date on the double-headline UK tour of renowned UK singer / songwriters Fiona Bevan and Adam Beattie.
Fiona Bevan is a multi-platinum Canadian-British singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, with a sweet, fiery voice and a soulful, cinematic indie folk sound creating ”startling odysseys that suggest Erykah Badu, Joanna Newsom and Kate Bush spine-tinglingly joined” (The Guardian).
Fiona has just released ‘Faultlines’’, the second single from her new EP (coming in June 2022). She has toured Canada with Hawksley Workman, Australia with Busby Marou, and the UK/Europe with Ruston Kelly, The Wandering Hearts, Ed Sheeran, Nick Mulvey, John Smith, Ingrid Michaelson, Ryan Keen, and Adam Ant.
Additionally, Fiona is a hit songwriter for Lewis Capaldi, Aurora, Tom Walker, Kylie Minogue, Mika, Matteo Bocelli, Natalie Imbruglia, Ed Sheeran/One Direction (Little Things), and is the face of Credits Due Campaign working with Abba’s Björn Ulvaeus.
Startling odysseys’ – The Guardian
‘That sh*t is scorching ass fire’ – Nile Rodgers
‘Absolutely brilliant’ – Tom Robinson, BBC6Music
Adam Beattie is a Scottish singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist and has released 5 solo albums. Adam writes contemporary Scottish folk songs and also has songs that step into other roots genres. An early break found him supporting Bert Jansch at the O2ABC, Glasgow.
The press described Adam’s latest album ‘Somewhere Round The Bend’ as “Stirring Folk Balladry” (Line Of Best Fit) and “The album is mesmeric” (Loud And Quiet Magazine). The album was championed by Roddy Hart, (BBC Radio Scotland) who featured it as his ‘Record Of Note’.
The release followed his Rough Trade Records debut with PicaPica, and his folk 12-piece Band Of Burns’ receiving 5 stars from BBC Music Magazine.
As a multi-instrumentalist he has accompanied Birdy, Lulu, Michael Chapman and Mikey Kenney among many others.
‘Uplifting Reveries Of Love’ – Mojo Magazine
‘Incredibly Beautiful’ – Mary Anne Hobbs, BBC6Music
‘Call me for a jam when you get to London’ – Bert Jansch