Prodigal multi-instrumentalist JAYCE LEWIS will kick off his UK tour support of Gary Numan this week, which sees them perform across 14 dates. The shows precede the release of LEWIS’ new record, Million (Part 1), the first half of his new double album set for release on 27th October via Caroline International.

Check out LEWIS‘ video to first single ‘Shields’, featuring the final screen performance from Star Wars legend and Darth Vader actor David Prowse, below:
Sep-30    Tramshed    Cardiff, United Kingdom
Oct-02    O2 Academy Bournemouth    Bournemouth, United Kingdom
Oct-03    O2 Academy Leeds    Leeds, United Kingdom
Oct-05    Colston Hall    Bristol, United Kingdom
Oct-06    O2 Academy    Oxford, United Kingdom
Oct-07    Rock City Nottingham    Nottingham, United Kingdom
Oct-09    O2 Academy Newcastle    Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Oct-10    O2 ABC    Glasgow, United Kingdom
Oct-11    O2 Institute Birmingham    Birmingham, United Kingdom
Oct-13    Manchester Academy 1    Manchester, United Kingdom
Oct-14    O2 Academy Brixton    London, United Kingdom
Oct-16    Brighton Dome    Brighton, United Kingdom
Oct-17    Norwich UEA    Norwich, United Kingdom
Oct-18    Southend Cliffs Pavilion    Westcliff On Sea, United Kingdom

His first release since second album Nemesis (2014)Million (Part 1) features seven tracks of dark industrial abrasion and sci-fi soundscapes. An undoubtable highlight of the album is a guest performance from Queen’s Brian May on anthemic album closer ‘We Are One’. Having previously collaborated with Roger Taylor, Jayce is among the few elite musicians who can claim to have collaborated with every current member of Queen.

Million is a concept album in two parts. LEWIS explains:

“Right from the beginning, I wanted this to be a concept album…… to take the listener on a committed journey; a series. The subject matter mostly touches on personal experiences, discovery, loss and general life. I think many things within society today has influenced its direction, especially the rapid evolution of technology.”

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