Judah & The Lion share ‘Alright’ ahead of UK headline tour

Bringing high octane, party-centric energy straight outta Nashville, the explosive trio Judah & The Lion are set to return to the UK next month as a continuation of their huge Worldwide headline tour celebrating this year’s hit album Pep Talks.

They will be playing in London, Dublin, Glasgow and Paris following their memorable visit earlier this year where they impressed sold out audiences with their genre-defying, dance-inducing sound.

Pep Talks has seen the band hit new heights following their breakout debut Folk Hop ‘n’ Roll, garnering millions of streams across DSP’s worldwide with the UK increasingly becoming their biggest market outside the US.

Their fastest growing single from the album ‘Why Did You Run?’ was added to the new FIFA 2020 soundtrack while ‘Let Go.’ has been chosen as ESPN’s College Football anthem – a huge feat for the self-confessed sport fanatics.

Continuing the celebrations, they have now shared the next single from the record ‘Alright’ which also features in the EA Sports NHL 2020 game which is out now.


Tue 26th– London, Dingwalls

Thu 28th – Dublin, Whelan’s

Fri 29th – Glasgow, The Art School

Sat 30th – Paris FR, Les Etoiles

Sun 1st – Antwerp BE, Muziekcentrum Trix

Check out Judah & The Lion’s video tour diaries on Facebook HERE or Instagram HERE where you can see the band behind the scenes and performing live in cities across the globe.

Tickets for their upcoming shows are available from https://judahandthelion.com/events

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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