Following the hugely successful February/March UK tour with The Temperance Movement, Orlando, Florida six-piece Thomas Wynn and The Believers have announced their first ever UK headline tour that will also see them also play Ramblin’ Man Fair and Black Deer Festival.

A formidable live act they received an incredible response earlier this year, landed a Planet Rock Radio playlist for ‘Burn As One’ and made immediate plans to return to the UK. “We’re excited, we’re stoked, we are chuffed, to come back so soon and play for our wonderful cousins across the pond again!” Says Thomas Wynn. “Thank you to The Ramblin’ Man Fair, The Black Deer Festival and all the other excellent venues that raised their hands to have us. Hope to see all of y’all at a show.”

They will be playing songs from their new album ‘Wade Waist Deep’, which was released in May 2017 via Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group and recorded with four-time Grammy award-winning producer, Vance Powell (The White Stripes, Jack White, Chris Stapleton). The album is packed with deep Southern heat, complex, pulsing rhythms and breathtaking ‘blood’ harmonies from brother and sister Thomas and Olivia.

With two previous albums and several tours already under their belt, Thomas Wynn and The Believers have shared the stage with the likes of Cheap Trick, Gov’t Mule, Medeski, Martin & Wood, SIMO, Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, Drive-By Truckers, The Temperance Movement and more. Thomas’ spirit-moving vocals, passionate lyrics, and emotional delivery are uniquely supported by Olivia’s engaging and captivating voice and presence.

Weds 20 June – Bodega, NOTTINGHAM
Thurs 21 June – King Tuts, GLASGOW
Fri 22 Jun – Lantern, HALIFAX
Sun 24 Jun – Black Deer Festival, TUNBRIDGE WELLS
Tues 26 Jun – The Horn, ST ALBANS
Weds 27 Jun – Crauford Arms, MILTON KEYNES
Sat 30 Jun – Ramblin’ Man Fair, Mote Park, MAIDSTONE
Mon 2 Jul – Prince Albert, BRIGHTON
Tue 3 Jul – Clwb Ifor Bach, CARDIFF
Weds 4 Jul – The Black Heart, LONDON

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