Alison Moyet announces new tour

Singer songwriter Alison Moyet has announced a new single and extensive tour of Europe and the US.

Jim Ottewill
  • By Jim Ottewill
  • 27 Aug 2013
  • min read
Singer songwriter Alison Moyet has announced a new single and extensive tour of Europe and the US.

Changeling is the third song to be taken from her latest critically acclaimed album, The minutes. The album is Alison’s eighth full length release and her first since 2007’s The Turn.

The single will be released on 14 October by Cooking Vinyl mid-way through a lengthy tour of Europe, the US and South Africa.

Alison said: ‘I’m entirely made up by the brilliant response to my new album. In truth I love it, so I find them to be right! Even so, it’s always a splendid surprise when someone manages to find us in such a busy playing field. Now I tour. My best thing ever.’

She’s enjoyed a successful musical career of more than 30 years and includes numerous hits both as a solo artist and alongside Vince Clarke in electronic act Yazoo.

As a solo singer songwriter, all of Alison’s ten albums have charted in the top 30 with two taking the number one spot. Her music has been nominated for a Grammy and been awarded two BRIT awards.

The full list of tour dates is below:

16 September Berlin, Germany - Heimathafen Neukölln
17 September Stuttgart, Germany - Theatrehaus (am Pragsattel)
18 September Hannover, Germany - Theater am Aegi
21 September Offenbach Am Main, Germany – Capitol Offenbach
23 September Amsterdam, Netherlands – Paradiso Grote Zaal
24 September Hamburg, Germany - Grosse Freiheit 36
25 September Cologne, Germany - Gloria Theatre
27 September Paris, France - Divan du Monde

30 September Ireland Cork Opera House
01 October Northern Ireland Belfast Waterfront Hall
02 October Ireland Dublin Olympia Theatre
04 October Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
05 October Edinburgh Usher Hall
06 October Gateshead The Sage
08 October Sheffield City Hall
09 October Rhyl Pavilion Theatre
10 October Warwick Arts Centre
12 October Northampton Derngate Theatre
13 October Ipswich Regents Theatre
15 October London Royal Festival Hall
16 October Cambridge Corn Exchange
17 October Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall
19 October Bristol Colston Hall
20 October Cardiff St. David's Hall
21 October Brighton The Dome
23 October York Barbican Theatre
24 October Salford The Lowry
25 October Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
27 October Nottingham Royal Centre
28 October Birmingham Symphony Hall
29 October Southend Cliffs Pavilion
31 October Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre
3 April 2014 Royal Albert Hall

11 November: The Fillmore, San Francisco
12 November: Club Nokia, Los Angeles
14 November: Manhattan Centre, New York

South Africa
13 December: Emperors Palace, Johannesburg
14 December: Emperors Palace, Johannesburg
15 December: Liqui-Fruit Amphitheatre, Cape Town