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Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic and the government measures implemented to limit its spread, The Wandering Hearts March and April 2021 shows have been postponed. Customers are advised to keep hold of their tickets as they will be valid for future rescheduled dates. The rescheduled dates are still being planned and customers will be contacted by their ticket agents as soon as the dates are confirmed.

Artist statement:
Hey everyone

We have seen lots of you asking about our March/April In Harmony UK tour and wanted to touch base with you all.
We wanted to be certain what was going on before we announced anything but as we’re sure you are all aware, the current situation leaves us no choice but to postpone the tour. All tickets will remain valid for the rescheduled dates which we hope to be able to announce soon.
Your support throughout this crisis has meant the world, so please hold on to your tickets as we want this tour to be a special thank you to you all. Gutted to have to do this again but we promise, we will be back soon.
In the meantime, some good news! Our new album will be released on 11 June 2021. The best way to support us until we can see you on tour again is to pre-order a signed copy here:
We truly appreciate you all. Hang in there and stay safe.
Love AJ, Chess, Tara xxx
The Wandering Hearts

Doors 7.30pm | Tickets £15.50/£17.50 OTD | Malt Room Seated | Support from Roseanne Reid

Harmony-laden Americana band The Wandering Hearts burst onto the scene last year with their debut album Wild Silence. The Deluxe edition of the album, featuring eight new recordings of new, live and reimagined tracks, is out now.

Signed to Decca Records (discovered a mere 30mins after uploading their first track to Soundcloud), the London-based band had a whirlwind 2018. They won the coveted Bob Harris Emerging Artist Award at the UK Americana Awards before heading out on a sold-out album tour.

After being personally invited to the US by music legend Marty Stuart, The Wandering Hearts became the first UK band to debut at two of the most prestigious venues in Nashville – The Ryman Auditorium and The Grand Ole Opry – in the same week. Receiving a rapturous welcome and standing ovations, the band were invited back to the Opry the following week, after a trip to Memphis to support Marty Stuart at Graceland – live recordings from this show feature on the Deluxe album.

A busy summer of UK festivals followed, including Latitude, Black Deer and BST Hyde Park, before the band whipped back to Nashville for Americanafest, then returned home to finish the year with their second sold-out UK headline tour.

Breaking all genre boundaries, The Wandering Hearts didn’t set out with a sound in mind and nor do they have one now. They’ll take the Americana tag because it encompasses their influences – pop, rock, blues, folk and country among them, filtered through their British roots – but they write songs for fun and that shines through.

“We love a dark lyric,” laughs AJ. “We have so many of them that we sometimes play what we call our death set – all songs with sad subject matter like break-ups and dying. Most of them are upbeat, so it’s fun, but if you listen closely, you’ll hear we’re obsessed. Why? Because we enjoy writing about deep feelings but couching them in catchy tunes.”




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