Badly Drawn Boy

Music |
25th March 2023

Doors 7pm | Tickets £25.50 | Malt Room | + Support Liam Frost

Badly Drawn Boy announces ‘Something To Look Forward To – Something To Tour About: 25 years of Badly Drawn Boy’.

Damon Gough aka Badly Drawn Boy is proud to announce a series of intimate shows to celebrate 25 years of releasing music. The shows will feature a career-spanning set of hits and fan favourites as well as being his first full headline tour since 2020’s album Banana Skin Shoes.

“I’ll be playing songs from across my career, including favourites and some rarities and deep cuts. I’d like to think this is the tour I’d want to see if I was a long-time fan. Very much looking forward to it and hope to see you there.” – Damon Gough (aka Badly Drawn Boy)

It’s hard to predict what he will play from such a beautiful and eclectic discography that over nine albums has earned him the reputation as one of the U.K.’s most treasured songwriters. From his still-towering, Mercury Prize winning debut The Hour Of Bewilderbeast in 2000 to the enthralling soundtrack to Nick Hornby adaptation About A Boy (from 2002); Have You Fed The Fish? (also 2002) which featured You Were Right, his biggest single to date; the mental-state-of-the-nation epic Born In The U.K. (2006) and his most recent album Banana Skin Shoes which was met with “universal acclaim” reviews from critics.  Damon is expected mix it up each night and when you’ve got a repertoire like his, why wouldn’t you?

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25th March 2023

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