NEWS: Lianne La Havas Announces Headline Show At The Scala!

After selling out her one month residency at London’s, The Social in less than four hours, Lianne La Havas has announced a headline show at The Scala on the 13th March 2012.

Lianne’s recent beguiling performance on Later…With Jools Holland not only won over those at home but also the other acts that performed, as Lianne has been confirmed for the coveted support slot on Bon Iver’s December US tour.

Lianne’s own headline November tour has close to sold-out, extra dates and upgraded venues have been added to cope with the demand.


15th November – Nation of Shopkeepers – Leeds
16th November – Bar Brel – Glasgow SOLD OUT
17th November – The Pleasance Theatre – Edinburgh
19th November – Thekla – Bristol
20th November – St Philips Church – Manchester
21st November – Rescue Rooms – Nottingham
23rd November – Studio Private – London SOLD OUT


5th December – Metropolis Theatre – Montreal
6th December – Massey Hall – Toronto
7th December – Massey Hall – Toronto
9th December  – UIC Pavilion – Chicago
10th December – Orpheum Theatre – Madison
12th December  – Zorn Arena –  Eau Claire
13th December – Zorn Arena –  Eau Claire


17th January- The Social- London SOLD OUT
24th January- The Social- London SOLD OUT
31st January- The Social- London SOLD OUT
7th February- The Social- London SOLD OUT


13th March – The Scala – London

A liberated collection of urban hymns from one of the UK’s most exciting new artists ‘Lost and Found’ is the debut EP from singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Lianne La Havas. ‘Lost and Found’ will be released on the 21st November through Labour of Love Records.

‘Lost and Found’ opener ‘No Room for Doubt’ featuring Willy Mason is a one of a kind love song lullaby and has received support from BBC Radio 1 (Nick Grimshaw’s Record of the Week), 6 Music and XFM (Mary Anne Hobbs Record of the Week). The emotional immediacy of ‘Lost and Found’ (produced by Matt Hales) sits perfectly within the sparse landscape of its contemplative lyrical surroundings. ‘Age’ (produced by Dan Carey) is a vintage and witty tale about not giving a damn about age when it comes to love. ‘Night School’s’ film noir themes are stylishly folded within modest arrangements and a voice that dances between octaves at total ease. Final track on the EP is a cover of Everything Everything’s ‘Final Form’ (produced by Matt Ingram). ‘Lost and Found’ will be followed by a full album next year on Warner Bros Records.

Not too long ago Lianne performed ‘Age’ for The Black Cab Sessions – feedback was unanimous, a star had been born. Her Black Cab performance caught the attention and imagination of the Zeitgeists behind La Blogotheque – a French blog infamous for their charming Take Away Shows. They brought Lianne to Place du Tertre, with its jagged cobblestones, noisy bystanders, and clusters of people blocking the way. Lianne walked there, she played there and she sang there, in less than one week Lianne’s session had received a staggering 53,000 views.


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