Liz Green's new single, Bad Medicine, will be released on March 19th, through Play It Again Sam. It is taken from her debut album, O Devotion! which was released on November 14th, 2011. Liz has set off on her UK tour, which will finish in April. She will also be playing a number of festivals over the summer.
The video for Bad Medicine was created by animators from End of the Road. A prospector in the Wild West meets an unlucky, untimely end in a saloon, leading his tragic wife to exact her revenge on his killers.
Liz Green has been on the scene for longer than you might think - it has been five years since Bad Medicine first appeared and since Liz won the Glastonbury Emerging Talent award. In that time, she has been touring almost nonstop. Her debut, O Devotion! has been a long time in the making but for many critics, the wait has been worth it.
Liz has played a number of radio stations for DJs such as Marc Riley; Radcliffe & Maconie and Giles Peterson. In addition to her UK tour, she will also be touring France throughout the rest of April.
Tues 27 March York Duchess
Wed 28 March Newcastle Cluny 2
Thu 29 March Sheffield Riverside
Fri 30 March Leeds Brudenell
Sun 1 April Norwich Arts Centre
Mon 2 April Brighton The Hope
Tue 3 April London Bush Hall
Wed 4 April Cambridge Portland Arms
Thu 5 April Manchester Deaf Institute
June 8-10 No Direction Home Festival
July 13-15 Latitude Festival
July 27-29 - Cambridge Folk Festival
July 29 Camp Bestival
Sept 7 Bestival
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