Jake Bugg has announced details of a new album – get all the info on ‘Saturday Night, Sunday Morning’ below.
The album, which was recently previewed by the single ‘All I Need’, will be taken on the road across the UK and Ireland next spring.
Bugg says the ‘Saturday Night, Sunday Morning’ is “the most fun he’s ever had making a record,” and is set to land on August 20. Pre-orders for the album are available here.
The tour for the album will begin in mid-March 2022 with a show in Newcastle, before running until the start of April, and concluding with a huge London show at Brixton Academy.
My new album ‘Saturday Night, Sunday Morning’ is coming out on 20 August and I can’t wait for you all to hear it. I’m heading out on tour next year and if you pre-order the album now, you’ll be able to get early access to tickets. Catch you at a show! t.co/bcrzqRMWce pic.twitter.com/PaScKUhfch
— Jake Bugg (@JakeBugg) March 19, 2021
See Jake Bugg’s 2022 UK and Irish tour dates below.
14 – Newcastle, O2 City Hall
15 – Leeds, O2 Academy
17 – Hull, Bonus Arena
18 – Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse
19 – Sheffield, Octagon Centre
21 – Edinburgh, Corn Exchange
23 – Glasgow, O2 Academy
24 – Belfast, Ulster Hall
25 – Dublin, Olympia Theatre
27 – Birmingham, O2 Academy
28 – Norwich, UEA
30 – Nottingham, Rock City
31 – Cardiff, The Great Hall
1 – Bristol, O2 Academy
3 – Oxford, O2 Academy
4 – Southampton, O2 Guildhall
5 – London, O2 Academy Brixton
Bugg’s last album ‘Hearts That Strain’ was released in 2017. In a two-star review upon the album’s release, NME said: “The defining feature of ‘Hearts That Strain’ may be its puzzling lack of urgency: Bugg started as an heir apparent to the Gallagher brothers, but on MOR-country ballads like ‘This Time’ or ‘Bigger Lover’ he sounds more like an over-earnest James-Blunt-in-waiting.”
Bugg also recently revealed that he is currently writing music for a film about the Brazilian footballer Ronaldinho. A documentary on the 2002 World Cup winner is in the works by the filmmakers Andrew and Stuart Douglas, who have worked on some of Bugg’s music videos in the past.