- 11 Nov 19
His sophomore album will be out in April next year.
Part-way through his UK and Ireland arena tour, Gerry Cinnamon today reveals that he'll release his eagerly anticipated second album The Bonny on April 10 on his own Little Runaway label.
The Bonny will be the follow-up to his Top 20 debut album Erratic Cinematic, which was released in 2017 and has been certified Gold in recognition of more than 125,000 sales.
Also today, Gerry Cinnamon announced his biggest headline show to date. The Glaswegian singer-songwriter will play a 50,000+ capacity show at Hampden Park, Scotland's national football stadium, on July 18. He follows iconic names such as The Rolling Stones, Coldplay, Oasis and Bruce Springsteen.
"Hampden Park in the sunshine. New album under my belt. We'll have that place rocking easy," he says.
On November 1, Gerry Cinnamon released new track 'Dark Days'. Listen to the song below:
This summer has already seen Gerry make an impact far beyond what would normally be expected from an independent artist. In Ireland, he played an amazing set to a huge crowd on the main stage of Electric Picnic this year, followed by a sold out 3Arena earlier this month.