Orphan Colours Tour Dates

Orphan Colours are an alt-country rock band from London UK. Formed by ex Ahab singer/songwriter Steven ‘Seebs’ Llewellyn

The dynamic six piece band swing from rocking Tom Petty and Ryan Adams alt-country influences to the brooding sound-scapes of the likes of Bon Iver and Beck. Ahab’s sound has not entirely disappeared, their bluegrass tinged country can be heard on songs like ‘Jenny’ and ‘Doing Alright’, with many of the songs featuring west coast esque 3 part harmonies.

The line-up consists of ex-ahab singer Dave Burn on vocals and guitar and drummer Steve Brooks, Graham Knight on bass and ex-Noah and The Whale lead guitarist Fred Abbott.

Orphan Colours tour dates listed on Ents24.com since Feb 2015.

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Past Events

Here are the most recent UK tour dates we had listed for Orphan Colours. Were you there?

  • Orphan Colours
    Canterbury, The Festival Spiegeltent
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    Bewdley, Mercure Bewdley The Heath Hotel
  • Red Rooster Nick Lowe, Los Straitjackets, Low Cut Connie, Cedric Burnside, Dale Watson & His Lone Stars…
    Thetford, Euston Hall, Gardens & Park
  • Orphan Colours Hannah Rose Platt
    Liverpool, 81 Renshaw
  • Bearded Theory's Spring Gathering 2019 Suede, Editors, Oh Sees, The Wildhearts, Hollie Cook…
    Walton On Trent, Catton Hall (Catton Park)
  • Orphan Colours
    Bath, Chapel Arts Centre
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    Bewdley, St Georges Hall
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    London, Orange Yard
  • Shrewsbury Americana In A Day Fest 2018 Orphan Colours, Lynne Hanson & The Good Intentions, Dana Immanuel, Worry Dolls, Jess Morgan…
    Shrewsbury, The Wightman
  • Orphan Colours
    Sheffield, The Greystones