Corb Lund will return to the UK in January for a week of shows, marking his first trip back in more than three years. The tour, which will kick off January 13 in Brighton and include dates in Bath, Glasgow, Easton and London, is in support of his acclaimed new album, Things That Can’t Be Undone, produced by Dave Cobb (Jason Isbell, Sturgill Simpson, Chris Stapleton).
An ambitious, stylistically diverse and frequently surprising collection, the record, released October 9 on New West Records (Steve Earle, John Hiatt, Nikki Lane) finds Lund pushing his wry observations, darkly biting tales, rural balladry and keen storytelling into musically and thematically new terrain, resulting in what many have called the best album of his accomplished career.
Wed Jan 13 Brighton, Bleach http://www.wegottickets.com/event/338048
Thurs Jan 14 Bath, Chapel Arts Centre http://www.chapelarts.org
Fri Jan 15 Glasgow, Broadcast http://www.seetickets.com/venue/broadcast-glasgow/9597/list
Lund is not your usual singer/songwriter. Corb’s family has been ranching in southern Alberta since the turn of the century and he was raised on the family ranch where he grew up raising cattle, riding bulls and listening to cowboy music. Prior to his solo career he was in the beloved Canadian punk/metal band The Smalls. He is a JUNO Award Winner (Canadian Grammys), has multiple Canadian Gold Records to his name and has won Artist Of The Year from the Canadian Country Music Awards eight times running. His previous studio album, 2012’s Cabin Fever, hit #1 in Canada its first week, made the Polaris Music Prize longlist and resulted in nearly two years of constant touring, including a tour with Miranda Lambert and Dierks Bentley. With Things That Can’t Be Undone, Lund is poised for an even bigger breakthrough.