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Billy Raffoul Releases New Song “Lovely”

Emerging singer/songwriter Billy Raffoul releases new song “Lovely” today on Interscope Records. “Lovely” was written by Raffoul and produced by Greg Kurstin and Raffoul.  “Lovely” is available now at all digital retailers and will appear on Raffoul’s forthcoming debut album which will be released later this year.  Listen to “Lovely” HERE.

Lovely is a sad happy song about missed opportunity,” says Raffoul.

Raffoul will hit the road this spring first heading out on a handful of dates opening for Julia Michaels, then supporting Parachute on their North American tour.  The extensive run of dates with Parachute will bring Raffoul to New York’s Gramercy Theater, Nashville’s Cannery Ballroom, D.C.’s 9:30 Club, Boston’s Royale as well as two dates at Los Angeles’ Troubadour.   With his debut album due out soon, he’s looking forward to widening the reach of his live show, a stripped-back performance currently featuring only Raffoul, his guitar, and his drum pedals.

See below for a complete list of upcoming Billy Raffoul tour dates:

March 26             Tulsa, OK                             The Vanguard^

March 29             Tucson, AZ                          Rialto Theatre^

April 2                   Boulder, CO                        The Fox Theatre^

April 26                Orlando, FL                         The Social*

April 27                 Tampa, FL                            The Orpheum*

April 30                 Charlottesville, VA           The Jefferson*

May 1                    Washington, DC                9:30 Club*

May 2                    Philadelphia, PA                TLA*

May 5                    Boston, MA                        Royale8

May 7                    New York, NY                     Gramercy Theatre*

May 9                    Cleveland, OH                    House Of Blues*

May 10                 Chicago, IL                           House Of Blues*

May 11                 Milwaukee, WI                  Turner Ballroom*

May 12                 Minneapolis, MN             The Varsity*

May 14                 Des Moines, IA                  Wooly’s*

May 15                 Omaha, NE                          The Waiting Room*

May 17                 St. Louis, MO                     Delmar Hall*

May 18                 Nashville, TN                      Cannery Ballroom*

May 29                 Kansas City, MO                Record Bar*

May 31                 Denver, CO                         Gothic Theatre*

June 1                   Salt Lake City, UT              The Depot*

June 4                   Seattle, WA                        Neptune*

June 5                   Portland, OR                       Star Theatre*

June 7                   San Francisco, CA             August Music Hall*

June 8                   Fresno, CA                          Strummers*

June 9                   Sacramento, CA                Ace of Spades*

June 11                 Los Angeles, CA                Troubadour*

June 12                 Los Angeles, CA                Troubadour*

June 14                 San Diego, CA                    House of Blues*

June 15                 Phoenix, AZ                        Crescent Ballroom*

June 18                 Austin, TX                            3Ten at ACL Live*

June 19                 Dallas, TX                             Grenada Theatre*

June 21                 Bryan, TX                             Grand Stafford Theatre*

June 22                 Houston, TX                        Heights Theatre*

June 24                 Birmingham, AL                The Saturn*

June 25                 Atlanta, GA                         Terminal West*

June 26                 Charlotte, NC                     The Underground*

June 27                 Carrboro, NC                      Cat’s Cradle*

June 28                 Pittsburgh, PA                   Rex Theatre*

June 30                 Indianapolis, IN                 Deluxe @ Old National Center*

*w/ Parachute

^w/Julia Michaels

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