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Ren Harvieu Tickets | Hare And Hounds Birmingham  | Wed 25th November 2020 Lineup

Ren Harvieu tickets

Hare And Hounds in Birmingham

Wednesday 25th November 2020

7:30pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

Ren Harvieu is back with new album Revel In The Drama, due 3rd April via Bella Union and will appear at Hare & Hounds on 25th November 2020.

 
Event has been postponed until 10th Mar 2021.

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Ren Harvieu on Wednesday 25th November 2020

Please note, this event has been postponed until 10th Mar 2021.

Ren Harvieu is back with new album Revel In The Drama, due 3rd April via Bella Union and will appear at Hare & Hounds on 10th May 2020.

The album is a brilliant and bolder take on her timeless pop classicism, a compelling diary of a struggle with self-belief and a celebration of liberation and survival, seven years after her Top 5 debut album and having overcome a life-threatening injury.

Think of Revel In The Drama as Harvieu’s second debut album; a new beginning.

The album was co-produced by Romeo Stoddart (Magic Numbers) and he'll joined on stage by band mate and sister, Michele Stoddart, as part of Ren's 5-piece band.

Stream the new single and pre-order here: https://smarturl.it/rh_revelinthedrama [smarturl.it] [smarturl.it]

“Harvieu is the kind of Salford lass you can imagine a young Morrissey raving about… a fully formed star.” – The Guardian

“Accessibly sumptuous…between easy-listening seductress and torch-song belter, her voice is soulful and dreamy with just a tang of something muskier in its sweetness.” - The Daily Telegraph

“Hers is an arresting voice, soft and sweet, but dark in hue and sharp with melancholy, like a vinegar smoothie.” – NME

Music Genres: 

70s, Alternative, Folk, Indie

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