Vyvienne Long announces Irish tour

It's in support of her Caterpillar Sarabande album.

Damien Rice's pal Vyvienne Long gives her Caterpillar Sarabande album a live airing when she descends on the Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray (February 4); Kilkenny Castle (5); Abymill Theatre, Fethard (6); Roisin Dubh, Galway (11); Belltable, Limerick (12); Crane Lane, Cork (13); Errigle Inn, Belfast (25); Sugar Club, Dublin (26); and The Bull & Gate, London (March 5).

Out in Ireland on February 4, it includes 'Happy Thought', which has been knocking around for a while on iTunes.

 

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