Ren Harvieu announces rescheduled UK tour

Following across-the-board rave reviews for her new album Revel In The Drama, released this week via Bella Union, Ren Harvieu has announced news of her rescheduled Spring UK tour, with all the shows moving to November and December. See below poster for full dates…

Ciritical acclaim for Ren Harvieu’s Revel In The Drama…

“A record that propels Harvieu back under the spotlight as a grown-up pop force with weaponised survival instincts… The music gleams with a steely determination to be heard… Golden-age glamour, neon-smeared Hollywood strings and propane-fuelled torch songs… The stars, finally, seem to be right where she wants them.” MOJO – 4 stars ****

“A triumphant return… Collaborator Romeo Stodart of The Magic Numbers has helped to free the singer’s creativity and frame her soaring vocals in imaginative arrangements… This is a brilliant second act.” Q – 4 stars ****

“Woozy, cinematic songs full of yearning and vulnerability… Her rich voice remains the star… This is an impressive set.”The Observer – 4 stars ****

“An exquisite return for an exceptional voice.” The Telegraph – 4 stars ****

“An album that puts her rich, romantic voice against a glamorous 1950s ballad setting… This is a celebratory, joyous return.” The Times – 4 stars ****

“Gorgeously uplifting… Harvieu’s voice is as vividly beautiful as ever.” Mail On Sunday – 4 stars **** (Album of the Week)

“Irrespective of it’s grounding in 60s and 70s soul-pop,Revel In The Drama is thrillingly fresh… This album confirms Harvieu should always have been in the driving seat.” The i – 4 stars ****

“A triumph… This life-affirming dose of dreamy retro pop confirms her great talent and lovely, silky voice.” The Sun – 4 stars ****

“A modern spin on classic pop melodrama, all strings and torch ballads.” Daily Mail – 4 stars ****

“The sweet melodies fit Ren’s songwriting shift to uplift and empowerment perfectly… A handsome return.” Daily Mirror – 4 stars ****

“With it’s timeless songwriting, Revel In The Drama boasts a cabaret-esque quality, like Nick Cave doing Broadway, it’s dark side balanced by a twist of mischievousness.” Long Live Vinyl – 8/10

“Harvieu returns at last… Strange Thing’s a string-adorned, dynamic carnival and Cruel Disguise’s twanging guitars and growling organs confirm it’s titles dark dramas… Her rich, empathetic vocal swoops gracefully from note to note.” Classic Pop – 4 stars ****