NEWS: Haley Heynderickx announces Spring Shows & Reveals 'Simple Song'

NEWS: Haley Heynderickx announces Spring Shows & Reveals ‘Simple Song’

Haley Heynderickx has announced a string of UK dates for April (with The Low Anthem) and May (with Nap Eyes), with her own London headline show on the 16th May. Plus appearances at The Great Escape and summer festivals. Listen to her brand new track ‘Simple Song’ from SXSW here:

Her debut album I Need To Start A Garden out now on Mama Bird Recording Co. Full album stream here:

Haley Heynderickx uses her songwriting as therapy, a sort of mandorla to bridge the gap between — whether it be between her mixed Filipino and American roots, or the dichotomy of her soft spoken nature and her vocal power. Her debut album I Need to Start a Garden is full of pure bursts of humanity, in all their beauty and all their rawness, documenting anxiety, pain and conversely healing, community and creation.

Full run below: 

* with The Low Anthem / + with Nap Eyes

APRIL 19 Ireland, Bangor – Queen’s Parade Church *
APRIL 20 Ireland, Dublin – The Grand Social *
APRIL 21 Glasgow – Stereo *
APRIL 23 Manchester -Deaf Institute *
APRIL 24 Bristol – Thekla *
APRIL 25 Birmingham -Glee Club *
APRIL 26 London – Dingwalls *
MAY 5 Leeds – Holy Trinity Church (Live At Leeds)
MAY 6 Reading – Rising Sun Arts Centre (headline)
MAY 8 London – Oslo Hackney +
MAY 9 Birmingham – Hare And Hounds +
MAY 10 Glasgow -The Hug and Pint +
MAY 11 Manchester – Soup Kitchen +
MAY 12 Brighton – Prince Albert +
MAY 14 Ireland – Dublin East Side Tavern (headline)
MAY 16 London – The Islington (headline)
MAY 18 Brighton (The Great Escape)
MAY 20 Belgium, Brussels – AB Salon (headline)
MAY 21 Netherlands, Utrecht – Molen De Star (headline)
AUG 16-19 Wales, Brecon Beacons (Green Man)
AUG 30 – SEP 2 Larmer Tree Gardens (End of the Road)

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