Following last night's Zane Lowe 'Future Exclusive' play, Saint Raymond is pleased to announce details of his new single 'Fall At Your Feet', which will be released on November 30th through Asylum Records. Furthermore, the 19-year-old (real name Callum Burrows) is currently in the midst of his main support slot on Ed Sheeran's UK and European arena tour (full dates below). This week, Saint Raymond plays four nights at London's O2 Arena. He has also just announced two headline shows for 2015, which includes London's KOKO on February 10th and Nottingham's Rock City on February 11th (tickets go on saleFriday 17 Oct at 9am).
Currently in the studio working on his debut album, which is set to release in 2015, Saint Raymond's been working closely with Jacknife Lee (Bloc Party, Two Door Cinema Club, Crystal Castles) honing his signature anthemic sound.
This past summer has been a whirlwind for Saint Raymond, where he played practically every festival this summer including Reading and Leeds, T in the Park, an impromptu set at Glastonbury for Radio 1, Ibiza Rocks and more. He also released his single 'I Want You' at the end of August. In May this year, Saint Raymond released his Ghosts EP (his third EP release and first on Asylum Records), which peaked at #4 on the iTunes album chart and led to an abundance of radio support. Lead track 'Everything She Wants' premiered on Zane Lowe's Radio 1 show as 'Hottest Record', where Zane stated "You are the latest in a long line of this wonderful lineage of classic British singer songwriters with street edge." Further radio support came from XFM and Absolute and he also headlined London's Scala around the release.
Already a name on many people's lips as becoming one of the most exciting, British, breakthrough guitar acts of this year, watch this space for more album news.
The 'Fall At Your Feet' tracklisting is:
1. Fall At your Feet
2. Wildheart (pre-order only track)
ED SHEERAN SUPPORT TOUR
Wed 15th The O2 Arena, London
Sat 18th LG Arena, Birmingham
Sun 19th LG Arena, Birmingham
Mon 20th LG Arena, Birmingham
Wed 22nd Capital FM Arena, Nottingham
Thurs 23rd Capital FM Arena, Nottingham
Sat 25th Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
Mon 27th Phones 4U Arena, Manchester
Tues 28th Phones 4U Arena, Manchester
Thurs 30th SSE Hydro Arena, Glasgow
Mon 3rd Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam
Tue 4th Forrest National, Brussels
Wed 5th Electric Halle, Dusseldorf
Thu 6th Sporthalle, Hamburg
Tue 11th Falconer, Copenhagen
Wed 12th Arenan Fryshuset, Stockholm
Fri 14th Columbiahalle, Berlin
Sat 15th Porsche Arena, Stuttgart
Mon 17th Zenith, Munich
Tue 18th Jahrhnderthalle, Frankfurt
Wed 19th Maag-Halle, Zurich
Thu 20th Alcatraz, Milan
Sat 22nd Le Transbordeur, Lyon
Mon 24th Sant Jordi Club, Barcelona
Tue 25th Palacio de Deportes, Madrid
Thu 27th Le Bataclan, Paris
Feb 10 London, KOKO
Feb 11 Nottingham, Rock City
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