Released in June, Far From Saints’ self-titled album became one of the most critically acclaimed debuts of the year and immediately made a major chart impact, landing at #5 on the Official UK Album Chart and racing straight to #1 on the UK Country and Americana charts.
Uniquely fusing elements of country, rock, folk, soul and Americana, previous singles ‘Let’s Turn This Back Around’ & ‘Screaming Hallelujah’ have also received significant national radio support. Four months on and about to embark on their biggest UK & Ireland headline tour to date, culminating at Cardiff’s Utilita Arena, the band now release the brand-new track ‘The Weather Left To Go’. Watch the visualiser BELOW:
Written and recorded this summer during live rehearsals, ‘The Weather Left To Go’ shows that the creative spark that ignited the album continues to burn bright. Opening with layered guitar melodies of Dwight Baker and Kelly Jones, the song takes flight as Kelly Jones and Patty Lynn’s vocal harmonies rise in unison while vibrant instrumentation finds the sweet spot between laidback serenity and soulful folk rock. Its lyrics use the changing of the seasons as an uplifting metaphor for life’s rich tapestry and how a more positive future emerges just when you least expect it.
Patty says, “It was fun to record this new track, and I’m excited to play it on the fall tour, something new for those who have already worn out the album.”
‘The Weather Left To Go’ will feature on the set list during the band’s upcoming headline tour, which has already seen the Cardiff show upscaled to the Utilita Arena and a second London date added due to demand. Previous shows have included album favourites with select covers of songs by Stevie Nicks, Tom Petty and The Ronettes, with live highlights to date including their debut headline show at EartH Theatre London, high profile shows as guests to Kings of Leon, Roger Daltrey, Paul Weller and Hozier plus debut festival sets at Glastonbury, Latitude and Black Deer.
The tour dates have recently been extended to 20 shows due to demand. Limited tickets for some shows are available HERE.
12th - Dublin, Vicar Street
13th - Belfast, Ulster Hall
15th - Birmingham, Town Hall (SOLD OUT)
16th - Llandudno, Venue Cymru Theatre
17th - Glasgow, Pavilion Theatre (SOLD OUT)
19th - Newcastle, Tyne Theatre (SOLD OUT)
20th - Edinburgh, Queen’s Hall
21st - Manchester, Bridgewater Hall (SOLD OUT)
23rd - Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
24th - Bexhill, De La Warr Pavilion (SOLD OUT)
25th - Reading, Hexagon (SOLD OUT)
27th - Guildford, G Live (SOLD OUT)
28th - Swansea, Brangwyn Hall (SOLD OUT)
29th - Frome, Cheese & Grain (JUST ADDED)
1st - Bath, Forum (SOLD OUT)
2nd - Southampton, O2 Guildhall
3rd - Cambridge, Corn Exchange (SOLD OUT)
5th - London, Islington Assembly Hall (SOLD OUT)
6th - London, Islington Assembly Hall (SOLD OUT)
7th - Cardiff, Utilita Arena (UPGRADED VENUE)