POSTPONED - Andy Shauf
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the concert will be postponed. The new date is October 29, 2020. Already purchased tickets keep their validity.
If you have any questions regarding the return of tickets, please contact your ticket agency or the local promoter Loft Concerts.
I am very sorry to announce that we have had to reschedule our upcoming European dates in light of the recent developments with the COVID-19 virus.
It is frustrating for us as a band as I'm sure it is for everyone holding tickets and for all of those that have worked hard to make these shows happen. Despite this, we feel that it is the safe response to what has become a pandemic.
Rescheduled dates are announced below. The Berlin date will be announced in the coming days.
Thanks for your understanding and stay safe,
"Well, guess I'm gonna listen to this in repeat for infinity..." or "Inject this into my veins" are just two Youtube reactions to the first track Things I Do from Andy Shauf's new album The Neon Skyline.
Three years after his last, highly acclaimed and multiple nominated album The Party the introverted, sensible Canadian is back. This time he swapped piano for guitar. The 11 tracks of the new album are about a night in a bar. Sounds boring? Not for Andy Shauf. The 33-year-old singer and songwriter manages to spin the listeners into a net of interpersonal issues such as friendship, heartache and life itself. His observational power and intense lyrics remind on Joni Mitchell. And despite his tender melancholy, he offers a hopeful conclusion: Nothing in the world means the end of the world.
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