PRESS RELEASE MASCOT LABEL GROUP/PROVOGUE
Beth Hart
Reveals New Song ‘Sugar Shack’
Check it out here:

https://youtu.be/uFkJR_plwYw

Taken From The New Studio Album ‘War In My Mind’
Released: 27 September 2019 via Provogue / Mascot Label Group

Pre order here:  http://smarturl.it/BethHartStore

You can also watch the Official Video for Bad Woman Blues and lyric video for ‘War In My Mind’

UK & Ireland 2020 Tour Dates
www.alttickets.com/beth-hart-tickets

Fri 31 Jan – Vicar Street, Dublin
Sun 2 Feb – Ulster Hall, Belfast
Weds 5 Feb – The Dome, Brighton
Sat 8 Feb  – Eventim Apollo, London
Sun 9 Feb – Symphony Hall, Birmingham
Weds 12 Feb – St David’s Hall, Cardiff
Fri 14 Feb – Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
Sat 15 Feb – The Sage, Gateshead
Mon 17 Feb – The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Thurs 20 Feb – City Hall, Sheffield
Sat 22 Feb – The Pavillions, Plymouth
Mon 24 Feb – O2 Guildhall, Southampton

The Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Beth Hart will be releasing her brand new studio album War In My Mind on 27th September via Provogue and, ahead of this she was revealed new song ‘Sugar Shack’.

Following the stunning sold out performance at the Royal Albert Hall, London in May 2018, she will be bringing her band back for a January-February 2020 UK & Ireland tour, her biggest UK tour to date. The tour will begin in Dublin and travel through Belfast, Brighton, London, Birmingham, Cardiff, Glasgow, Gateshead, Manchester, Sheffield, Plymouth and finish in Southampton.

Beth Hart is as real as it gets. In a music industry full of glossy production and airbrushed photoshoots, this is one artist who throws down her cards, shares her darkest secrets and invites you to join her for the ride. “More than any record I’ve ever made, I’m more open to being myself on these songs,” Beth explains. “I’ve come a long way with healing, and I’m comfortable with my darknesses, weirdnesses and things that I’m ashamed of – as well as all the things that make me feel good.”

The success of 2016’s Fire On The Floor album has garnered yet more critical acclaim, growing sales and sold-out shows at iconic venues from the Ryman Auditorium to the Royal Albert Hall (scene of last year’s triumphant live DVD). But as the singer reminds us, her life has always moved in cycles – “things get good then go to crap, get good then go to crap” – and it’s in these extremes that many of her best songs are born. “On this album, I’m even closer to vulnerability and openness about my life, about love, addiction, my bipolar, my dad, my sister…”

War In My Mind also wraps up a frustrating strand of unfinished business for Beth. Back in 2003, the heavyweight producer Rob Cavallo (Green Day, My Chemical Romance, Dave Matthews Band, Goo Goo Dolls) was in the frame to mix the singer’s Leave The Light On album. “But the producer I was with at the time,” recounts Beth, “went ahead without my approval, turned the mix in to Rob – and he passed.” Fast-forward 15 years, and at a chance dinner party attended by Cavallo, fate intervened. The host encouraged Beth to play one of her new songs. “After I’d played them,”  she remembers, “Rob came up and said, ‘You’ve grown a lot as a songwriter – and I want to record these songs with you’. And he turned out to be one of the coolest people that I’ve ever worked with.”

Having followed the fascinating career of Beth Hart for a quarter-century, we’ve learned not to rule anything out – so long as it’s real. And now, with War In My Mind, this songwriter has made a record that bares her soul, wears her heart on her sleeve, and makes no apology for it. “Y’know,” she concludes, “when we did the photoshoot for this new album, it was the first time that I said, ‘No makeup and no airbrushing’. It was the first time that hearing my voice back didn’t make me sick. It was just neat to be 47 and not trying to be young, and competitive, and all of these things that I’ve always felt like I’m supposed to be. On this record, something told me, just let it be what it is, man. I think I’m starting to make a little headway, getting closer to the truth. And I might not know what the truth is… but I’m OK with that.”

1. Bad Woman Blues
2. War In My Mind
3. Without Words In The Way
4. Let It Grow
5. Try A Little Harder
6. Sister Dear
7. Spanish Lullabies
8. Rub Me For Luck
9. Sugar Shack
10. Woman Down
11. Thankful
12. I Need A Hero
Full European Tour Dates

2019

24 Nov – Aarhus Musikhuest, Arhus, DENMARK
26 Nov – Amager Bio, Copenhagen, DENMARK
29 Nov – AFAS Live – Solo , Amsterdam Zuidoost, NETHERLANDS
30 Nov – AFAS Live, Amsterdam Zuidoost, NETHERLANDS
02 Dec – Theatre Du Lemon, Geneve, SWITZERLAND
04 Dec – Volkshaus, Zurich, SWITZERLAND
06 Dec – Forum Karlin, Prague, SZECH REPUBLICH
08 Dec – National Palace of Arts, Kiev, UKRAINE
10 Dec – Arena Aemeec Sofia, Sofia, BULGARIA

2020
31 Jan – Vicar Street, Dublin, IRELAND
02 Feb – Ulster Hall, Belfast, N. Ireland, UK
05 Feb – The Dome, Brighton, UK
08 Feb – Eventim Apollo, London, UK
09 Feb – Symphony Hall, Birmingham, UK
12 Feb – St David’s Hall, Cardiff, UK
14 Feb – Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow, UK
15 Feb – The Sage, Gateshead, UK
17 Feb – Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, UK
20 Feb – City Hall, Sheffield, UK
22 Feb – Pavillions, Plymouth, UK
24 Feb – O2 Guildhall, Southampton, UK

THE PRESS ON BETH HART
“Vital and life-affirming”Evening Standard
Highly accomplished”Mojo
“She has the kind of belting blues-rock voice that could bring down a light aircraft” – Classic Rock Magazine
“America’s Amy Winehouse…Some artists choose to sing the blues; some artists find they have to live them as well” The Times
“Beth Hart has a blues-rock voice so ballsy, it could pin you to the wall.” The Times
“Daring, brooding and angry” Guardian
“Astonishing” The Express

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