￼Ahead of his forthcoming album set to be released later this year, Getintothis’ Lorna Dougherty has the details on Fake’s upcoming Liverpool show.
Releasing his first single at just the young age of 21, Nathan Fake put his foot firmly through the door of the electronic scene all the way back in 2003. Since then has released three albums, including his breakthrough debut LP Drowning In A Sea Of Love, released in 2006.
He then later went on to set up his own label, Cambria Instruments, in 2014 and has recently signed to Ninja Tune and released DEGREELESSNESS / Now We Know, in 2016 – a sneak preview of his next album which is set to be released in 2017
Announcing a UK and Europe tour for Spring 2017, Fake takes a stop in the snazzy, independent and loved venue of 24 Kitchen Street. His unique electronic style and risk-taking remixes will strive in this gem. His show, and album, will be eagerly awaited by new and old fans.
Full dates of the tour are as follows:
March 29: 24 Kitchen Street, Liverpool
March 30: Headrow House, Leeds
March 31: Stereo, Glasgow
April 01: Soup Kitchen, Manchester
April 05: The Lantern, Colston Hall 2, Bristol
April 06: Ramsgate Music Hall, Ramsgate
April 07: Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), London
April 08: Patterns, Brighton
April 12: Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham
April 13: The Cluny, Newcastle Upon Tyne