Ghostpoet – Liiines

2 Sep

Ghotspoet, London-born Obaro Ejimiwe, has erupted on to the scene with his debut album Peanut Butter Blues and Melancholy Jam and is Mercury nominated for a reason. The album was written whilst Obaro was at university in Coventry and released on Gilles Peterson’s Brownswood Recordings in February 2011. It includes the singles ‘Cash and Carry Me Home’, ‘Survive It’ and ‘Liiines‘.

“I keep on writing, writing
But them folk aint biting, biting
Maybe the bait aint juicy enough
So I’m switching, chucking spice in”

Tour Dates:

22/09/11 – Cardiff (Arts Institute)
23/09/11-  Edinburgh (Sneaky Petes)
24/09/11 – Glasgow (The Captains Rest)
26/09/11 – Dublin (Whelans)
29/09/11 – Bedford (Esquires)
30/09/11 – Oxford (O2 Academy 2)
01/10/11 – Bristol (Start The Bus)
04/10/11 – Birmingham (O2 Academy 3)
05/10/11 – Winchester (The Railway)
06/10/11 – Portsmouth (The Registry)
07/10/11 – Nottingham (Rescue Rooms)
08/10/11 – Sheffield (The Harley)
09/10/11 – Manchester (Deaf Institute)
10/10/11 – Brighton (Digital)
11/10/11 – Leeds (University Union)
12/10/11 – York (The Duchess)
13/10/11 – London (Scala)
14/10/11 – Newcastle (The Other Rooms)

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  1. Ghostpoet – Liiines | nO fUtUrE wItHoUt MusiC - September 13, 2011

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