Loyle Carner is back with the announcement of his largest UK tour to date including a performance at London’s prestigious Alexandra Palace. News of the forthcoming tour follows his career defining set at this years Glastonbury Festival, where he played to an adoring audience of festival goers as the sun went down on The Other Stage.
Dubbed by The Guardian as 'the sentimental face of Grime', South Londoner Loyle Carner is an actor turned rapper. With a drama degree behind him, it seems rap has become his real destiny. His sound has a laid-back flow and beats which combine with old school hip-hop and UK influences.
Following a tour and collaboration with spoken word artist Kate Tempest on her single 'Guts', Loyle went on to support Nas at the O2 Arena, then released his highly acclaimed debut album 'Yesterday's Gone' in 2017, which was nominated for the prestigeous Mercury Music Prize award. Success went higher with 2019's follow-up, 'Not Waving, But Drowning', which reached no.3 on the UK album chart. See 13 tour dates featuring Loyle Carner