After the release of the debut album When Will We Land on Ninja Tune last week, the Scottish producer has announced a Dublin gig and a European and UK tour.
Along with North American dates this February, Barry Can’t Swim has announced UK and European live dates throughout March.
The Dublin date happens at Vicar Street on March 15th.
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2024 UK/EU Live Dates
6th March – Concord 2, Brighton, UK
7th March – Roundhouse, London, UK
8th March – New Century Hall, Manchester, UK
13th March – SWX, Bristol, UK
15th March – Vicar Street, Dublin, IE
16th March – QMU, Glasgow, UK
19th March – AB Club, Brussels, BE
20th March – Melkweg OZ, Amsterdam, NL
22nd March – Säälchen, Berlin, DE
26th March – Le Trabendo, Paris, FR
‘When Will We Land?’ marks the Edinburgh-born artist’s broadest and most diverse project yet, the 11-track project moves from deep house to jazz, from ambience to the percussive charge of afrobeat. It’s all held together by his singular sense of purpose and that trademark vivacity; deftly finessed, it’s an album that works as a form of musical autobiography.
The new album and today’s tour announcement arrives hot on the heels of a momentous few months for Barry with stand-out DJ sets at this year’s Glastonbury, an already lauded Boiler Room performance at FLY Open Air festival, a Mahogany session and high profile shows across the world (Amnesia in Ibiza alongside Kerri Chandler, Honey Dijon and Nina Kraviz). Barry also recently performed a stand-out set at Warehouse Project ‘Boiler Room Presents’ to a packed out room alongside Overmono, DJ EZ, Casisdead and Moodymann, played Portola festival to a huge crowd, played multiple sold out headline shows and supported Ben Böhmer in New York, LA and Chicago.
The Edinburgh-born musician caught attention with a series of releases in 2020, before signing to Ninja Tune imprint Technicolour for his sensational 2022 EP ‘More Content’ (which has amassed over 20 million streams to date) and ‘Amor Fati’ (35 million to date). To add to this Billboard named him as one of their 10 Dance Artists To Watch, while influential voices such as The Blessed Madonna and Annie Mac are huge fans. More recently, his newest single “Always Get Through To You” was Clara Amfo’s Hottest Record.
North American dates:
2nd February – Walter Where?House, Phoenix, AZ
3rd February – The Independent, San Francisco, CA
8th February – Holocene, Portland, OR
9th February – Neumos, Seattle, WA
10th February – Village Studios, Vancouver, BC
16th February – Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
17th February – Theatre Fairmount, Montreal QB
23rd February – Lincoln Hall, Chicago, IL
24th February – The Atlantis, Washington DC