Indie singer songwriter brings tour to Bristol

This gig has been rescheduled from Sunday 28 March 2021 to Thursday 23 September 2021.



Since emerging in 2015 with the politically charged single 'Brazil', aimed at the corruption then engulfing FIFA, Hertfordshire native Declan McKenna has been on the ascent.


Winning Glastonbury's Emerging Talent Prize in the same year as the release of 'Brazil', McKenna was quickly snapped up by Colombia records and has since released two full-length studio albums to widespread acclaim.


Citing artists such as David Bowie, Crosby and Stills & Nash as influences, McKenna's own brand of shimmering indie-pop fused with politically chared lyrics have also won him a dedicated following of acolytes.


You can find tickets for McKenna's trip to the O2 Academy Bristol here.


Pre-gig recommendations: 


Attic Bar - 1 North St, St Paul's, Bristol BS1 3PR

Various King Street pubs - Kings Street, Bristol, BS1 4EF

The Bristol Stable - Canon's Rd, Bristol BS1 5UH


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