Beth Orton brings the Sugaring Season to Liverpool

By Peter Guy on Feb 8, 13 03:39 PM in On it

Beth Orton readies a rare UK tour alongside co-headliners The Leisure Society and stops off at The Kazimier in April.

BRIT Award winning folk singer-songwriter Beth Orton is to play The Kazimier on Friday April 12.

Orton returns to Merseyside for a rare outing in support of her 2012 fifth studio album Sugaring Season - her first for five years.

Known for her dazzling leftfield alt-fok, often imbued with electronica and trip hop, Orton has memorably collaborated with the likes of William Orbit, Bert Jansch and our particular favourite, the stunning Where Do I Begin with The Chemical Brothers.

Characteristically breezy, yet intelligently inventive and with a firm emphasis on her guitar playing, Orton's Sugaring Season explores life as a single mother and is her first record with husband and fellow songwriter Sam Amidon.

Support comes from Brighton pop-folkies The Leisure Society.

Tickets are £20, on sale Friday February 8, 9am.

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