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Ferris & Sylvester to support James Morrison on his upcoming UK tour

by Nabil El Daly. Published Wed 09 Oct 2019 17:04, last updated: 16/10/19

Ferris & Sylvester will support James Morrison on his upcoming UK tour, including a show at Liverpool Philharmonic on 3rd November.

Bringing their intricate lyrics to life, their live shows are really where the duo shine.

The huge support slot follows an extremely impressive sold out debut headline tour at the beginning of the year, a festival-filled summer (including 5 sets at Glastonbury), and a second headline tour consisting of an impressive 20 dates.

2019 is proving to be Ferris & Sylvester’s most important and exciting year yet. Following their sold out debut headline tour earlier in the year, they hit the road again this autumn to play over double the amount of shows, with an expanded sound and an even more impressive following behind them.

Ferris & Sylvester have also been going down a storm at festivals across the world including SXSW, The Great Escape, Live At Leeds, Eurosonic and many more.

With a busy summer ahead for the duo in 2020, they have been announced to play further festivals across the UK and Europe including Glastonbury, Isle Of Wight, Boardmasters and many more.

The band’s recent singles ‘Flying Visit’, ‘Sickness’ and ‘Burning River’ have displayed their most raw and powerful sound yet. They have been proving a hit at radio with support across the board of Radio 1, BBC 6Music, Radio 2, Radio X and BBC Introducing.

Their latest EP "Made In Streatham" has received over three million plays on Spotify, following great support from the platform who put its singles in a number of high profile playlists including numerous New Music Fridays and charted at No.14 on the Spotify UK Viral Top 50.

Ferris & Sylvester are on an unstoppable upward trajectory and winning hearts across the world with their distinctive blend of blues, folk and Americana.



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