Miles Kane returns to Bristol this month: have you got your tickets?

Miles Kane returns to Bristol this month: have you got your tickets?

Posted on: 04 Oct 2019

Miles Kane first rose to prominence alongside old-time friend, Alex Turner with The Last Shadow Puppets. 

 

And since? While Turner focused on Arctic Monkeys, Kane has made it on his own.  

 

Eight years after his first solo release, which included 70’s-inspired rock hit ‘Come Closer’, Miles Kane returns with a new single ‘Blame It On The Summertime.’  A tease of new album material, the release channels the feel-good glam-rock sound of 2013’s Don’t Forget Who You Are. 

 

Not only that, but the swaggered solo artist has announced a string of U.K. dates. He’ll be hitting up Bristol in just a few days! On Friday 11 October, catch Miles Kane at SWX.
 

 

Last remaining tickets here


Miles Kane @ SWX Bristol
Originally from Merseyside, Kane has been producing music since his teens. After a short stint heading up 2005-2008 indie band The Rascals (who later joined Arctic Monkeys on tour) Kane struck up a friendship with the Arctic Monkeys' lead singer, Alex Turner. 


Together, the pair produced the Mercury Prize-nominated album The Age of the Understatement back in 2008. Later, the pair reunited in 2016 for Everything You've Come To Expect, which scored the duo a Number 1 spot on the U.K. album chart. 


But The Last Shadow Puppets is just the start of it: since 2007, Kane has released three studio albums, each attaining positive reviews from the likes of NME, The Guardian and more. 


So, why wait for his next? Catch Kane on his latest U.K. tour right here in Bristol. Warming up the crowd will be Cardiff’s Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard; another budding glam-rock outfit seemingly always dressed in denim. 


Tickets for Miles Kane at Bristol's SWX are on sale now. Get Miles Kane tickets here. SWX is located: 15 Nelson St, Bristol BS1 2JY. 


Article by:

Kate Hutchison

Kate Hutchison, co-Editor 365Bristol.com & Editor 365Bath.com 

Kate is a recent Philosophy graduate and freelance writer with a passion for digital content, music and lifestyle journalism. Find Kate in a coffee shop, on Twitter or email kate@365bristol.com