Five years since his last UK tour, Irish singer-songwriter David Kitt makes a long-awaited return in July – and he heads to Oldham to debut new material as well as delving back into his classics. With over ten years of experience and six albums to his name, David has previously graced the stage with the likes of Television, Tindersticks and Yo La Tengo, as well as being invited by David Bowie to perform at the Bowie-curated Meltdown Festival in 2002. Now working on his new album, due early next year, the Kittser – as he is sometimes known – will be easing his way back onto the live circuit with his genre-spanning sound. Support comes in the form of looped arrangements from Margie Lewis and country folk from The Sun Devils.
Fri 5 Jul, The Go Go Club, The Royal Oak, Union Street, Oldham, OL1 1EN, 7.15pm, £12.50, www.wegottickets.com
- Hannah Phillips
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- Fri 21 Jun 2013