Joseph Arthur releases his new single 'Can't Exist' on May 1 through 14th Floor Records. 'Can't Exist' is taken from Arthur's stunning new album 'Our Shadows Will Remain', which was issued by 14th Floor Records last year to widespread critical acclaim.
Arthur will publish his first book, entitled 'We Almost Made It', in late May. Lauded and famed for both his music and his live performances, during which Arthur has taken to painting large canvases. We Almost Made It compiles Arthur's paintings and drawings. The book follows an exhibition of Arthur's paintings at London's Vertigo Gallery in February, with work from his recent live dates and his New York studio on display.
Thurs, June 1 Queen Elizabeth Hall Ã‚Â£15.50
Tickets are available from venue, and 0871 2200 260
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