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Alex G

February 11th 2016 | Norwich Waterfront | Gigs

Photo: Jeff Allen

Alex G will be heading out on tour in the New Year, embarking on a string of European dates, including UK shows supporting Basement, before comprehensively crisscrossing North America with fellow Domino artists Porches and Your Friend, both of whom recently announced new albums due out early next year. He'll be playing at Norwich Waterfront (with Basement) on Thursday February 11th 2016.

His album Beach Music is available to purchase now via the Dom Mart on LP, CD, and digital download. Watch the video for ‘Brite Boy’ – a standout track from Alex G’s recently released album Beach Music – below. The clip, directed by Philadelphia-based artist and frequent Alex G collaborator Elliot Bech, features the same dog character that has been a mainstay of Alex’s shirt and poster designs over the years. The video will be accompanied by a ‘Brite Boy’ fanzine, which you’ll be able to pick up at any of Alex G’s dates next year.

UK TOUR DATES

Tues Feb 2 - Brighton - Bleach
Wed Feb 3 - Cardiff - Clwb Ifor Bach
Thurs Feb 4 - Sheffield - Harley
Fri Feb 5 - Nottingham - Bodega
Sun Feb 7 - Bristol - Marble Factory (With Basement)
Mon Feb 8 - Glasgow - King Tuts / Garage (With Basement)
Tues Feb 9 - Leeds - Stylus (With Basement)
Wed Feb 10 - Manchester - Academy 2 (With Basement)
Thurs Feb 11 - Norwich - Waterfront (With Basement)
Fri Feb 12 - London - Shepherds Bush (With Basement)

“Familiar, yet impossibly charming.”
- The Guardian

"The results are beautiful.”
- The Sunday Times 

"Pleasingly ramshackle."
- Mojo

"Frighteningly prolific and precocious."
- Q

“Dreamy lo-fi sound.“
- NME

"Alex G is a young guy whose talent does in fact match his work rate."
- Loud and Quiet

"This album hits gorgeous highs."
- DIY

“Beach Music is an album that should be listened to without hesitation.”
- The Line of Best Fit

“Whether it’s Rivers Cuomo or Ryan Hemsworth, Rolling Stone or Noisey, hometown
basement crowds or sold-out European audiences, this early-twenties Philadelphia
kid captures something in his songs that is universally affecting.”
- Noisey

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