Johnny Flynn announces that his new single 'Bottom of the Sea Blues' will be released 7th April 2014on Transgressive Records.
'Bottom of the Sea Blues' will be accompanied by the deluxe digital release of Flynn's most recent album 'Country Mile', which will contain the original full length album, the videos for singles 'Country Mile' and 'Bottom of the Sea Blues' plus an all-new live solo album consisting of tracks from across Johnny's career. Also available as a stand-alone digital release, the live recording was captured at a show in Washington DC on his recent sell-out solo tour of the USA. The full tracklisting is featured below.
2014 will see the release of Song One, the film he stars in alongside Anne Hathaway, which had its premiere in the official selection for Sundance Film Festival in January. Later in the year we also expect to see the release of Clouds Of Sils Maria, in which Johnny appears opposite Juliette Binoche, Kristen Stewart and Chloe Grace Moretz.
Johnny Flynn and the Sussex Wit have recently announced a brand new run of headline dates in the UK and Europe, including a night at London's Koko. Tickets are selling rapidly for these dates. Festival shows will be revealed shortly.
UK and European live dates:
27th March - Stockholm, Strand
28th March - Oslo, Blaa
30th March - Copenhagen, Vega Small Hall
31st March - Hamburg, Knust
1st April - Berlin, Magnet
3rd April - Cologne, Gebäude 9
4th April - Rotterdam, Motel Mozaique
5th April - Brussels, AB Club
8th April - Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
9th April - London, Koko
10th April - York, Fibbers
11th April - Newcastle, Cluny
12th April - Liverpool, Leaf
13th April - Cardiff, Glee Club
Johnny Flynn 'Live In Washington DC' tracklist:
1. Lost and Found, 2. Murmuration, 3. Brown Trout Blues, 4. Been Listening, 5. The Lady Is Risen, 6. The Wrote and the Writ, 7. After Eliot, 8. Country Mile, 9. The Box, 10. Shore To Shore, 11. Einstein's Idea, 12. Wayne Rooney
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