Waxahatchee to tour Europe with Kurt Vile


Waxahatchee could be visiting a town near you

Indie-rock songwriting star Waxahatchee – AKA Katie Crutchfield – announces a European tour in support of the acclaimed Kurt Vile

s if releasing one of the most hotly anticipated albums of 2015 wasn’t enough, Waxahatchee has announced that she will embark upon a European tour in support of Kurt Vile.

Waxahatchee is the songwriting vehicle for Katie Crutchfield, previously known for her work in the cult indie-rock acts P.S. Eliot and The Ackleys, and Crutchfield recently released the third album in the Waxahatchee canon. Entitled Ivy Tripp, album number three sees Waxahatchee evolving the lo-fi sound that served her so well on albums one and two, by adding greater layers of distortion to the mix. All this adds up to a record that’s more than matched fans’ lofty expectations.

Kurt Vile was noted for his work as part of the indie-rock group The War on Drugs, before embarking upon an acclaimed solo career – with his 2013 album Wakin On A Pretty Daze featuring at the top of many end of year ‘best of’ lists.

Waxahatchee plays:

Waxahatchee European Dates:

The Cluny, Newcastle (16 June)
The Brudenell Social Club, Leeds (17 June)
The Harley, Sheffield (18 June)
Joiners, Southhampton (19 June)
Bleach, Brighton (20 June)
Best Kept Secret Festival, Hilvarenbeek (21 June)
A Summer’s Tale Festival, Luhmühlen (5-8 August)
Zoom, Frankfurt (9 August)
Dexter, Odense (11 August)
Voxhall, Aarhus (12 August)
Oya Night, Oslo (13 August)
Way Out West, Gothenburg (14 August)
Ekko, Utrecht (16 August)
Vera, Groningen (17 August)
Paradiso Noord, Amsterdam (18 August)
Paredes De Coura Festival (19-22 August)
Green Man Festival (20-23 August)

Waxahatchee Kurt Vile support Dates:
London Calling @ Paradiso, Amsterdam (31 October)
Autumn Falls @ AB-Box, Brussels (1 November)
Uebel & Gefährlich, Hamburg (3 November)
Munchenbryggeriet, Stockholm (6 November)
Amerbio, Copenhagen (7 November)
Postbahnhof, Berlin (9 November)
Gebaeude 9, Köln (10 November)
Concorde 2, Brighton (11 November)
Motion, Bristol (13 November)
Vicar Street, Dublin (15 November)
ABC1, Glasgow (16 November)
Leeds Uni Stylus, Leeds (17 November)
The Ritz, Manchester (18 November)
Südpol, Lucerne (20 November)
Epicerie Moderne, Lyon (21 November)
Apolo, Barcelona (22 November)
Penelope, Madrid (23 November)
Armazem, Lisbon (24 November)
IKSV Salon, Istanbul (26 November)


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