Cavetown has announced a new batch of UK dates for February 2023

It follows the announcement of new album 'worm food', set for release this November.
Photo Credit: Kane Layland

Cavetown has announced a new batch of UK dates for February 2023.

With new album ‘worm food’ announced for release on 4th November, the new shows follow up on an already announced trio of dates this coming November at London’s Eventim Apollo, Belfast Ulster Hall and Dublin’s Olympia Theatre.

The new run kicks off at Brighton Dome on 14th February, before calling off in Leeds, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Cambridge.

The dates read:

5 – London, Eventim Apollo (SOLD OUT)
7 – Belfast, Ulster Hall (SOLD OUT)
8 – Dublin, Olympia Theatre

14 – Brighton, Dome
15 – Leeds, O2 Academy
16 – Birmingham, O2 Academy
18 – Manchester, O2 Apollo
19 – Glasgow, Barrowland Ballroom
22 – Cambridge, Corn Exchange

News of the new album came alongside a brand new track, ‘1994’.

“‘1994’ is about dealing with perceived guilt and how it can become over-exaggerated in my head,” he explains. “I’m working on defining the line between what’s really wrong in a situation versus what is made up in my head, because it’s the parts that aren’t real that I end up feeling quite guilty about.

“The lyrics are a message to myself, to help me see that there’s still a child inside of me that is deserving of love and care. The line “say you’re coming around/ I need you lately everything’s been getting me down” is about feeling comforted by isolating myself, but learning to be comforted by the presence of someone else.”

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