SAINT LEONARD’S HORSES announce UK autumn tour and share new track

Saint Leonard’s Horses has announced UK tour dates in October and November for the release of their debut album ‘Good Luck Everybody’, out 14 October 2016 through Xtra Mile Recordings. Preorders are available now. Listen to album track ‘1969 revisited’ here. Preorder the album direct from Xtra Mile or download from iTunes.

The enigmatic songwriter will also support The Cribs in London on 1 September 2016 at Oval Space.

In the past few years Leonard has toured the UK and USA supporting and playing shows with Ryan Adams, Father John Misty, Bob Dylan, The Strokes, Beck, The Libertines, Billy Bragg and Wolfmother. The live band then further honed their skills and the songs through extensive touring and festival appearances (including Glastonbury, Reading and Leeds, The Great Escape, SXSW and British Summer Time in Hyde Park). Saint Leonard’s Horses will now unleash these fully-formed songs –that could only have been written through contact with the Hollywood Hills, Mojave Desert, a cabin in Nashville, and a gothic church on the Yorkshire moors; ungodly collisions of big country sound and misty isle musings – on live audiences wherever and whenever they can.


14 Brighton @ Green Door Store

16 Birmingham @ Sunflower Lounge

17 Manchester @ Night & Day

20 Liverpool @ Shipping Forecast

21 Newcastle @ Think Tank

23 Nottingham @ Bodega

24 Leeds @ The Library

26 St Albans @ The Horn



02 Reading @ Oakford Social Club

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