Following on from an impressive 2013 and exciting start to 2014 touring with Rudimental, London Grammar and Phoenix, Manchester's Bipolar Sunshine has announced a headline London show at Shepherd's Bush Empire on Friday 17th October.
The show will be his biggest headline live show to date and comes off the back of packed out shows at Fader Fort and Hype Hotel at the recent SXSW Festival and will follow his current headline tour, where he plays a sold out XOYO in London tonight and a hometown show at Manchester Academy 2 on Saturday.
New single 'Where Did The Love Go' is available to download now. 'Where Did The Love Go' is trademark Bipolar Sunshine - a modern day love song which combines heartfelt, candid lyrics with an uplifting melody.
Bipolar Sunshine is the solo project of Adio Marchant, who over the past year has beguiled fans with his unique sound. Refusing to be constrained by genres, his output to date immerses the listener in dense, lush soundscapes, uncompromising subject matter and conversational vocals.
Bipolar Sunshine has been working with Kid Harpoon (Florence And The Machine, Jessie Ware), Fraser T Smith (Adele, Lily Allen) and close producer 21 year old Jazz Purple to put the finishing touches to his debut record, which will be released later this year.
March/April 2014 Headline Tour:
Tues 1st London XOYO
Thurs 3rd Newcastle Think Tanks
Fri 4th Glasgow King Tuts
Sat 5th Manchester Academy 2
October Headline Show:
Fri 17th London Shepherd's Bush Empire