North London singer, songwriter and storyteller Louis Dunford has released a new full band version of viral fan favourite ‘Regretamine’.
The release precedes Louis’ biggest hometown headline show to date which will take place at Electric Ballroom on 19th October 2022 and sold out in less than 24 hours. Last week, Louis also announced that he will be supporting The Libertines at Ovo Arena, Wembley on 23rd July. Today, Louis also announced a headline show at Stereo Glasgow on 2nd October, tickets are currently on sale HERE.
Graduating from his formative years spent building up the courage to take the stage at local open mic nights, Louis has gone on to grace some of London’s biggest and most acclaimed stages. His rapid rise to success has seen him perform sold-out shows at St Pancras Church and Lafayette , right through to a triumphant sold-out show at his dream venue Union Chapel all in just over a year. Louis’ cathartic live show and ardent fan base continues to demand bigger venues, and today he appeases fans with the announcement of his biggest hometown headline show yet at London’s Electric Ballroom, which looks guaranteed to sell out quickly.
The announcement and release follows the release of ‘The Popham’ EP earlier this year, which included lead single ‘Boys Do Cry’, a poignant ode to modern day expectations of masculinity and mental health awareness, ‘The Angel’, a hometown anthem recently adopted by Arsenal fans as their club anthem, and ‘My Generation’. Also included on the EP were ‘Summer in the Manor’, the direct and explosive tracks ‘Bossman’, and ‘Henry The Brave’ – a heart-breaking farewell to a friend no longer with us. Dunford’s vivid lyricism and eclectic sound continues to invite listeners into his complicated, honest and humorous world.
With the high energy reinterpretation of ‘Regretamine’ out now and a sell-out Electric Ballroom show on the horizon, Louis continues to cement his reputation as one of the UK’s most exciting artists to watch for 2022.