Those who witnessed his stunning performance at a sold-out Queen Elizabeth Hall last night, and the adulation which greeted it, will know that JOHN GRANT is an artist whose star is firmly in the ascendant. The good news is John has just announced an extensive headline UK tour, including a Shepherd’s Bush Empire performance, for March next year… Ahead of these dates John will be appearing at the Celtic Connections festival in Glasgow… Upcoming live info below…


Sunday 30 January – GLASGOW – St Andrews Church (£15 – Celtic Connections)


Tuesday 22 March – GATESHEAD – The Sage (£15)

Wednesday 23 March – EDINBURGH – Liquid Rooms (£15)

Thursday 24 March – MANCHESTER – Royal Northern College of Music (£15)

Friday 25 March – LEEDS – Holy Trinity (£15)

Sunday 27 March – LONDON – Shepherds Bush Empire (£17.50)

Monday 28 March – BRISTOL – St Georges (£15)

Tuesday 29 March – EXETER – Phoenix (£13)

Wednesday 30 March – BRIGHTON – Komedia (£15)


Click on the below links to see John Grant performing tracks from “Queen Of Denmark”…


“Queen Of Denmark”:


“Where Dreams Go To Die”:


“Sigourney Weaver”:


“It’s Easier”:


Critical acclaim for “Queen Of Denmark”…


“A work of transcendent wonder… Grant confronts romantic loss with astonishing depth of feeling… brutally funny… gorgeously bleak… truly beautiful”

MOJO – 5 Stars ***** (Album of the Month)

“the most gorgeous, Seventies-style folky, floaty, dreamy, trippy soft rock you’ve ever heard… a masterpiece”

Sunday Telegraph – 5 Stars *****


“Heartfelt and heartbreaking… Close to perfect”

The Independent On Sunday – 5 stars *****


“Queen Of Denmark takes John’s accomplishments to a new level… without question one of the year’s best albums”

The Sun – 5 Stars *****


“Grant on top form… Wry tales of personal redemption are backed by Midlake’s 70s soft-rock, tuned to its most dreamy”

NME – 8/10


“an album of strength and beauty… Grant’s vocals float over backing from Midlake at their most dreamy and lush”

Q – 4 Stars ****

“a colossus… these are songs with an air of vastness and contemplation recalling Dennis Wilson’s masterpiece, Pacific Ocean Blue… Grant is a man whose time has come”

The Guardian – 4 Stars ****


“Grant is Karen Carpenter to Midlake’s Supertramp: a painfully honest writer, able to render discomfiture in songs with the sweetness of nursery rhymes”

Uncut – 4 Stars ****

“A near-perfect marriage of Grant’s warm baritone with Midlake’s lush woodwind and keyboard textures”

The Independent – 4 stars ****

“while Grant can’t attain perfection in his actual life, he gets pretty close in his art”
The Sunday Times – 4 Stars ****


“Queen of Denmark alchemises John Grant’s complicated personal life into warm, infectiously charming classic rock”

Financial Times – 4 Stars ****

“a brilliant mixture of anger, confession, humour, melody and astonishing vocals… An extraordinary album”


“A masterpiece of soft, 70s melodies and sadness… Terrific.”

The Observer

“a daring record: Seventies-sounding ballads full of lush wistfulness and unexpected humour”


“The Czars’ John Grant returns with a ravaged confessional honey of an album… Intoxicating.”

The Independent (Information)

“A luxurious sounding collection… sweeping, epic ballds are Grant’s forte”





  1. Karen says:

    Thank you for coming to Brighton again so soon and have already bought my tickets

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