UK singer/songwriter James Bay will be crossing the water to do some shows here in the US. He'll be in New York at The Slipper Room on Wednesday, June 18 and the following night, June 19 at Mercury Lounge (sold-out). See below for more details.
To whet your appetite, check out the track "Let it Go" below. It's from his recently released EP, Let It Go.
Wednesday, June 18
167 Orchard Street
New York, NY
Doors: 7PM; Show: 8PM
- 6/9 Los Angeles, CA School Night @ Bardot
- 6/10 Los Angeles, CA Hotel Café
- 6/18 New York, NY Slipper Room
- 6/19 New York, NY Mercury Lounge [supporting Asgeir]
James Bay’s “Let It Go” was produced by Jacquire King (Kings of Leon, Of Monsters and Men) and is a heartfelt bookend to a past relationship, which James admits was “super personal and quite hard to write. It outlines the point in a relationship where you think that you should perhaps put it all to bed. We tried it again, and we tried really hard. Maybe we can just be friends and let it go. It’s really honest, and I got something off my chest.”
Hailing from Hitchin, Hertfordshire, James Bay is a 23 year old singer/songwriter who has had a quick rise to success after he was discovered in early 2013 and later was selected as an opening act for The Rolling Stones at their Hyde Park show in 2013. The same year he released his The Dark of The Morning EP and also opened for Newman, Kodaline, Tom Odell, Beth Orton and will be going on tour with Hozier this fall.