Posted in music | tour dates on February 13, 2014

by Bill Pearis

Womans Hour

London four-piece Woman's Hour have been together since 2011, and over the course of a handful of singles have carved out an identifiable sound: chilled-out pop, heavy on synths but strictly slow-dance material. Comparisons to The xx are not entirely off-mark, but the quartet aren't quite that minimal. (Sade or Morcheeba might work too, you're definitely in the right ballpark.) After waves of UK accolades, Woman's Hour have signed with Secretly Canadian in North America and will release new single "Her Ghost" which is out now digitally in the US and will be available as a 7" in the UK on March 24. You can stream it, plus their other singles, below.

Woman's Hour will be making their first trip to the States next month for SXSW and will make time for shows on both coasts while here. NYC gets two shows: Mercury Lounge on March 19 and Glasslands on March 21. Tickets to Glasslands are on sale now and tickets for Mercury Lounge are on sale Friday (2/14) at noon. All dates are listed, along with the song streams, below...

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Woman's Hour - 2014 Tour Dates
February 10th - The Institute, Birmingham w/Anna Calvi
February 11th - All Saints Church, Brighton w/Anna Calvi
February 12th - Komedia, Bath w/Anna Calvi
February 14th - Le Trianon, Paris w/Anna Calvi
February 15th - Le Trianon, Paris w/Anna Calvi
March 11th - 16th South By South West Festival, Austin, Texas
March 17th Bardot, Los Angeles
March 19th Mercury Lounge, New York
March 21st Glasslands, New York
April 3rd The Purcell Rooms, London
April 25th Gulliver's, Manchester
April 26th Cathedral, Sheffield
April 27th Bodega Social Club, Nottingham
May 7th Louisiana, Bristol
May 8th The Great Escape Festival, Brighton

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Comments (5)

It's the same shit

Posted by Anonymous | February 13, 2014 6:34 PM

What a unique look they have

Posted by Anonymous | February 13, 2014 6:48 PM

So that is not a picture of chvrches?

Posted by Anonymous | February 13, 2014 8:38 PM

Terrible, terrible name. You may want to change that so someone can take you seriously.

Posted by Anonymous | February 14, 2014 8:40 AM

The music that they have is what I really like because it blends on my generation.

Posted by Nationwide Relocation Services | February 17, 2014 2:43 AM

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