Teddy Thompson

Announces Re-Scheduled UK Tour Dates

Plays London’s EartH 30thJanuary 2021

‘Heartbreaker Please’ out this Friday

Ahead of the release of his highly anticipated new album, ‘Heartbreaker Please’, this coming Friday, Teddy Thompson has announced the dates for his re-scheduled UK tour, which were postponed due to Covid-19. The tour includes a stop at London’s EartH on 30th January 2021.

Teddy Thompson plays the following UK dates ahead of supporting John Grant on his UK tour. Tickets on sale now HERE

 January 2021

Thurs 21st                  GLASGOW, Oran Mor

Fri 22nd                     POCKLINGTON, Arts Centre

Sat 23rd                     MANCHESTER, Band on the Wall

Sun 24th                    LEEDS, Brudenell Social Club

Tues 26th                   LONDON, Richmond Theatre

Weds 27th                  BASINGSTOKE, Haymarket

Fri 29th                       BRISTOL, St Georges

Sat 30th                      LONDON, EartH

Sun 31st                      MILTON KEYNES, The Stables

February 2021

Tues 2nd                     BIRMINGHAM, Glee Club

Weds 3rd                    BURY ST EDMUNDS, Corn Exchange

Thurs 4th                    NOTTINGHAM, Glee Club

Recorded in Brooklyn and written and produced by Teddy, Heartbreaker Please sees the critically acclaimed artist at the top of his craft, serving up the medicine of resignation with sweet, catchy satisfaction. “Here’s the thing,” Teddy sings frankly on his new album, “you don’t love me anymore. I can tell you’ve got one foot out the door.” From its opening track, Thompson’s new album reckons with the breakdown of love with a wistful levity as satisfying as it is devastatingly honest.

From a young age, Sam Cooke, Hank Williams, Chuck Berry, and the Everly Brothers made up the bulk of his listening and you can hear that ache in his voice. After releasing his self-titled debut in 2000, Teddy went on tour as part of Roseanne Cash’s band. Since then he’s released five acclaimed albums, collaborated with good friends Martha and Rufus Wainwright, contributed to numerous tribute projects, and produced albums for Americana singer-songwriter Dori Freeman, Shelby Lynne, Allison Moorer and his mother, Linda Thompson.