British pianist and composer, Bill Laurance is gearing up to release his fourth solo studio album this month. It’s called CABLES and will be the Snarky Puppy keyboardist’s first release on his own record label, Flint Music. In support of the new record, Laurance will be embarking on a tour around the UK and Europe, and like on the record, the only musician on stage during these tour dates will be Laurance himself.

The tour has been marketed as a solo piano tour “with a little help from some electronic friends”, wherein Laurance has stripped back the significantly instrumentally populated settings of his last three records, opting instead to explore the ways in which he can stretch the musical limitations of playing solo. The concert will feature music from the new album, which is releasing on the 29th of March.

Laurance and his large collection of keyboards will be making a stop at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall to deliver a concert in The Music Room. Tickets cost £15, but a deal is being run for student tickets at £7 each. Ticket info can be found here. Doors open at 7:30pm.

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