Phil Madeley has announced his second EP, ‘Nothing Is Sacred (Anymore)’, alongside new UK tour dates

The project will arrive in full on February 1st.
Photo Credit: Percy Walker-Smith

Phil Madeley has confirmed a slate of headline UK tour dates in support of his upcoming second EP, ‘Nothing Is Sacred (Anymore)‘.

The news follows the recent arrival of the project’s title track, which was the London-based singer’s first release since last November’s ‘In Dreams’. The EP will be released in full on February 1st, and utilises a self-assured writing style to target those who seek to divide.

On the upcoming EP, Madeley has offered: “‘Nothing Is Sacred (Anymore)’ is ultimately about powerlessness in the face of an unfamiliar and ever-changing world, it takes on the voice of those torn between disgruntled alienation and passive acceptance of the current state of play.”

You can listen to ‘Nothing Is Sacred (Anymore)here.

Phil Madeley will headline four shows across the UK next February – tickets are available here, with the full dates as below:

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