JOSEPH ANNOUNCE LONDON HEADLINE SHOW AT BUSH HALL ON APRIL 24TH
ANNOUNCE LONDON HEADLINE SHOW AT BUSH HALL ON APRIL 24TH
SOLD-OUT ROYAL ALBERT HALL SHOW AS SPECIAL GUESTS TO JAMES BAY ALSO CONFIRMED ON APRIL 26TH
NEW ALBUM ‘THE SUN’ FOLLOWS ON APRIL 28TH
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WATCH THE VIDEO FOR THE CURRENT SINGLE ‘NERVOUS SYSTEM’HERE
“That’s a song that’s going to help a lot of people. It’s a smash.” – Zane Lowe
“Hypnotic harmonies, sonic melodies, and relatable lyrics.” – Notion
“The Closner sisters sing beautifully, sure, but they share their voices in the service of songs about fearlessness, commitment and the pursuit of a life fully lived.” – NPR Music
“Dark folk-pop that will make you cry (in the best, most cathartic way possible).” – PAPER
“A rallying cry and a celebration of the determination and angst that has pulled us all through these toxic times.” – NYLON
After their current single ‘Nervous System’ heralded an emboldened new direction, leading to support from Zane Lowe atApple Music plus coverage from The Line of Best Fit and Notion,Joseph today announce details of two special London shows. They will play their first UK headline show in almost four years at Bush Hall on April 24th, before performing as special guests to James Bay at his sold-out Royal Albert Hall show on April 26th. Both shows preview their eagerly anticipated new album ‘The Sun’, which follows on April 28th via ATO Records.
Tickets for the Bush Hall show are available HERE now.
Joseph were personally invited by James Bay to open his Royal Albert Hall show, with the two artists sharing a mutual appreciation since they first toured together in 2016. After Joseph announced details of the gig via social media, James Bayresponded, “Cannot cannot wait.”
‘Nervous System’ represents a sonic evolution for the trio, who have previously attracted other high profile fans as varied asBillie Eilish and The Shins. The song shows the fresh direction that Joseph are taking with ‘The Sun’, an album in which their instantly infectious indie-pop-folk songcraft shines bright alongside their breathtaking three-party harmonies and boundless lyrical wisdom. Lyrically, they focus upon the quietly damaging forces of gaslighting, cultural conditioning, and unconscious yet painfully limiting self-beliefs. It ultimately highlights the importance of taking control of your own fate, making difficult decisions which remain true to your beliefs, and keeping faith while weathering the highs and lows of love.
Previously seen on shows including ‘Later…With Jools Holland’, the trio – Natalie Closner and her sisters, twins Meeganand Allison – will follow the two London shows with an extensive North American tour which runs through to the start of July. It includes two homecoming shows at Portland’s Revolution Hall. Please see HERE for a full list of dates and ticket information.