Friday, 7 October 2011


“Wonderful” ‘Single of the Week’ Guardian Guide
“A deliciously dark and serpentine journey” 4/5 Daily Mirror
“Haunting and beautiful” Sunday Times
“Her enchanting mix of muddy blues-tinged folk songs possess a warmth that gets immediately under your skin” Music Week

Live dates –
Thurs 6 Oct The Riverside Sheffield
Tues 11 Oct Blues Kitchen London FREE
Sun 16 Oct Portico Library Manchester Hey! Afternoon Tea with Liz Green (including afternoon tea) £12
Sat 12 Nov Kings Arms Salford
Sun 13 Nov Rough Trade West London In-Store performance FREE
17 Nov Hootananny’s Inverness FREE
18 Nov Electric Circus Edinburgh £5
19 Nov The Harley Sheffield £5
21 Nov Ten Feet Tall Cardiff £4
Fri 25 Nov King’s Place London (headline show in two parts, with band) £12.50/£9.50
8 Dec Stereo York £5
9 Dec Thekla Bristol £6
10 Dec Jericho Tavern Oxford £5
11 Dec Mad Ferret Preston £4

The sublime Liz Green announces more live dates this coming November and December to celebrate her debut album O, Devotion!, which was produced by Liam Watson and is released on Play It Again Sam on 14 November.

This will be preceded by the single ‘Midnight Blues’ a week earlier.

Judging by the response to ‘Displacement Song’ (the first single to be lifted from O, Devotion!), people are swooning. She received the ‘Single of the Week’ from the Guardian Guide who pronounced it simply “wonderful” and has already aired a magnificent session for Marc Riley on 6 Music, with much more to come sessions-wise on XFM’s X-posure and Radio 4’s Loose Ends.

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