Punk rock sensation Pat Dam Smyth has announced his UK tour, heading to Leeds on 8th July.
A man drawn to narrative and substance, Pat Dam Smyth gives voice to the voiceless. His current single Juliette has received radio support from Lauren Laverne at BBC 6 Music, who recently played the track on her 6Music Recommends show, calling it “brilliant”. Pat today also announces a series of live dates for July, including a date at Karamel Wood Green in association with Karousel Music. The show will see Pat curate the evening’s music, as well as a set from his band.
Juliette, is a story about escaping from violent situations and uncovering beacons of hope in an often dark and murky world. Sonically, the track is a moody, atmopheric affair and one that highlights Pat’s unquestionable gift for telling stories. Watch the accompanying video for the single here
A raconteur in the truest sense of the word, Pat grew up in rural Northern Ireland, in the midst of The Troubles. Pat poured himself into his art and developed a knack for creating rich, personal songs, as a form of escapism. Juliette is the first piece of music from Pat’s upcoming EP Goodbye Berlin, set for release on 28th July.
5th July – Red Room, Nottingham
6th July – Mash House, Edinburgh
7th July – Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastle
8th July – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds // tickets
9th July – Jimmy’s, Manchester
12th July – Joiners, Southampton
13th July – The Horn, St Albans
19th July – Karamel, London