Benjamin Francis Leftwich Tour Starts This Week!

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Benjamin Francis Leftwich, the esteemed Yorkshire-born singer-songwriter, has once again captured hearts with his latest album release, “Some Things Break”.

This compilation of soul-stirring tracks delves deep into the human experience, reflecting on themes of vulnerability, resilience, and the inevitable fractures we encounter in life’s journey.

The album, crafted over two years across various global locations including London, Nashville, Washington, and Stockholm, showcases Leftwich’s artistic evolution.

Produced by Grammy Award-winning producer Jimmy Hogarth, known for his work with acclaimed artists like Amy Winehouse and Sia, “Some Things Break” exhibits a richer instrumentation compared to Leftwich’s earlier works while retaining his unmistakable acoustic guitar melodies.

Collaborations with fellow songwriters Mikky Ekko, Jamie Squire from The 1975, and Jon Green enrich the album’s tapestry, infusing it with diverse perspectives and musical nuances.

Following the success of “Some Things Break”, Leftwich embarks on a UK and Irish tour this week, bringing his emotionally resonant melodies to audiences across the region.

From intimate venues like the Brudenell Social Club in Leeds to iconic spaces like the Museum Gardens in York, fans can experience the raw authenticity of Leftwich’s music up close and personal.

Full dates are listed as follows.

APRIL
Thu 04 Leeds Brudenell Social Club
Fri 05 Kendal Brewery Arts Centre
Sat 06 Edinburgh Summerhall
Mon 08 Manchester Band On The Wall
Tue 09 Bristol Lantern
Wed 10 London Earth Theatre
Thu 11 Cardiff Acapela Studio
Sat 13 Dublin Workman’s Club
Sun 14 Belfast Limelight 2

JULY
Thu 18 York Museum Gardens

Head to BENJAMIN FRANCIS LEFTWICH for tickets and more information.

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