Lizzy Farrall (Birmingham, UK) has announced that she will be supporting Set It Off on their upcoming UK headline tour in April.
Speaking about supporting Set It Off, Lizzy said “I am very honoured to be asked to support Set It Off round the UK. This tour has the biggest room capacities I’ve ever played in and is just a week after my debut album is released. I’m super excited as I’ve got some very cool plans for these shows along with finally being able to play a full set of new songs.”
You can see Lizzy Farrall supporting Set It Off at the following dates:
8th April Stylus, Leeds
9th April Garage, Glasgow
11th April Waterfront, Norwich
12th April Academy 2, Manchester
13th April Riverside, Newcastle
15th April O2 Institute, Birmingham
16th April Tramshed, Cardiff
17th April Heaven, London
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Lizzy recently announced her upcoming debut full length titled ‘Bruise’, which will be released 27thMarch, 2020 through Pure Noise Records. Fans can now listen and watch the new music video for the song ‘Addict’ by clicking below.
On the theme of the music video, Lizzy explains, “the video depicts an extreme obsession with someone, going so far as to kidnap them at gunpoint out of a desire to control and possess them. The white rabbit mask, a recurring theme in my visuals, is a more ambiguous symbol, evoking the idea of another-worldly guiding figure – like the white rabbit from Alice in Wonderland or Frank from Donnie Darko – while also being a more personal metaphor for a journey of rebirth. The ending reflects how self-destructive and damaging
these obsessions can be.”
‘Bruise’ Track Listing
2. Gas Lighting
3. Yellow Paint
4. Love No More
6. Knocked For A Six
7. Knight Rider
Lizzy has always had that unflinching approach to words and for her debut album she was able create the sound she wanted to as well by collaborating with Miles Kent (Catch Fire), Chris Curran (PVRIS, Handguns), Anton Delost (Bearings, Seaway), and Brett Romnes (I Am The Avalanche).
‘Bruise’ follows Lizzy’s EP ‘Barbados’, which was released summer of last year. Fans can purchase or stream the EP on iTunes, Apple Music or Spotify or watch the official music videos for the title track “Barbados” and “Games”.