Pennsylvania music duo Native Harrow announce South West date on tour
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A folk-rock band are set to perform on a South West stage later this month.
The band are known for evoking the sounds of singers Judee Sill and Joni Mitchell.
Native Harrow have announced tour dates to support their new album, Happier Now, which was released earlier this month.
The four-week-long trip will see pair Devin Tuel and Stephen Harms venture to shows in London, Liverpool and Newcastle.
The pair recorded the album in three days while on tour promoting their previous record, Sorores.
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Songs on the album include Can't Go on Like This, Blue Canyon and Way to Light, which details Tuel's feelings of fear and love, and the open road.
Native Harrow's Happier Now tour will be performed at Bristol's Rough Trade, Nelson Street, on August 29 at 7.30pm.
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Tickets for this show, priced £9.99-£17.99, are available at www.roughtrade.com