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    Devendra Banhart Announces European Tour for Early 2020
    Lauren Dukoff

    Devendra Banhart has confirmed eighteen European tour dates in January and February 2020 as part of a world tour in support of his forthcoming album, Ma. The European leg comprises concerts in Poland, Germany, Czech Republic, Belgium, Netherlands, UK, France, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, and Portugal, including London’s Shepherd Bush Empire on February 4. See below for details; for all the latest, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour. Tickets go on sale on Friday September 6.

    Banhart releases his new album, Ma, on September 13 via Nonesuch Records. Full of tender, autobiographical vignettes, the album displays a shift from the sonic experimentation of his previous albums to an intricate, captivating story-telling and emotional intimacy. Banhart favors organic sounds to accompany his voice and guitar, the arrangements bolstered by strings, woodwinds, brass, and keyboards. He sings in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. Pre-order here to download the songs "Kantori Ongaku," "Abre Los Manos," and "Memorial" now.

    DEVENDRA BANHART ON TOUR IN EUROPE

    Jan 22 Palladium Warsaw, POLAND
    Jan 24 Tempodrom Berlin, GERMANY
    Jan 25 Palac Akropolis Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC
    Jan 26 Felsenkeller Leipzig, GERMANY
    Jan 28 Ancienne Belgique Brussels, BELGIUM
    Jan 29 Carlswerk Cologne, GERMANY
    Jan 30 Paradiso Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
    Feb 1 Annabel Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS
    Feb 2 Doornroosje Nijmegan, NETHERLANDS
    Feb 4 Shepherd's Bush Empire London, UK
    Feb 5 Salle Pleyel Paris, FRANCE
    Feb 8 X-tra Zurich, SWITZERLAND
    Feb 9 Teatro Dal Verme Milan, ITALY
    Feb 11 Sala Riviera Madrid, SPAIN
    Feb 12 Teatro Victoria Eugenia San Sebastian, SPAIN
    Feb 13 Razzmatazz Barcelona, SPAIN
    Feb 15 Hard Club Porto, PORTUGAL
    Feb 16 Capitolio Lisbon, PORTUGAL
         
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Devendra Banhart has confirmed eighteen European tour dates in January and February 2020 as part of a world tour in support of his forthcoming album, Ma. The European leg comprises concerts in Poland, Germany, Czech Republic, Belgium, Netherlands, UK, France, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, and Portugal, including London’s Shepherd Bush Empire on February 4.

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Devendra Banhart has confirmed eighteen European tour dates in January and February 2020 as part of a world tour in support of his forthcoming album, Ma. The European leg comprises concerts in Poland, Germany, Czech Republic, Belgium, Netherlands, UK, France, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, and Portugal, including London’s Shepherd Bush Empire on February 4. See below for details; for all the latest, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour. Tickets go on sale on Friday September 6.

Banhart releases his new album, Ma, on September 13 via Nonesuch Records. Full of tender, autobiographical vignettes, the album displays a shift from the sonic experimentation of his previous albums to an intricate, captivating story-telling and emotional intimacy. Banhart favors organic sounds to accompany his voice and guitar, the arrangements bolstered by strings, woodwinds, brass, and keyboards. He sings in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. Pre-order here to download the songs "Kantori Ongaku," "Abre Los Manos," and "Memorial" now.

DEVENDRA BANHART ON TOUR IN EUROPE

Jan 22 Palladium Warsaw, POLAND
Jan 24 Tempodrom Berlin, GERMANY
Jan 25 Palac Akropolis Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC
Jan 26 Felsenkeller Leipzig, GERMANY
Jan 28 Ancienne Belgique Brussels, BELGIUM
Jan 29 Carlswerk Cologne, GERMANY
Jan 30 Paradiso Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
Feb 1 Annabel Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS
Feb 2 Doornroosje Nijmegan, NETHERLANDS
Feb 4 Shepherd's Bush Empire London, UK
Feb 5 Salle Pleyel Paris, FRANCE
Feb 8 X-tra Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Feb 9 Teatro Dal Verme Milan, ITALY
Feb 11 Sala Riviera Madrid, SPAIN
Feb 12 Teatro Victoria Eugenia San Sebastian, SPAIN
Feb 13 Razzmatazz Barcelona, SPAIN
Feb 15 Hard Club Porto, PORTUGAL
Feb 16 Capitolio Lisbon, PORTUGAL
     
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