Roxanne de Bastion announces a stripped back acoustic tour in order to celebrate the launch of her first book, 'Tales From The Rails'.
The book is a collection of stories, which takes the reader from RDB's very first open mic event in the UK through to her set at Glastonbury Festival in 2016.
RDB sings deep and delicate songs that dance between left-of-the-middle pop and 60's inspired rock. Her 2017 release 'Heirlooms & Hearsay' made the UK independent music scene take note: from BB6, to Clash, FATEA and R2 Magazine, the nation is falling in love with the London / Berlin artist, who delivers sharp social commentary with a pure and instantly recognisable voice.
Over the past 18 months, de Bastion has opened for the Wainwright Sisters, Marillion, Thea Gilmore and Lambchop, toured in the US and has graced Cambridge Folk Festival's stage 2.
Support on the night is from New York singer-songwriter Robin Irene Moss, plus local star Rachael Jean Harris.
Tickets are £8 in advance from TicketQuarter and 81 Renshaw, and £10 on the door.
«mighty impressive» (Chris Hawkins, BBC6)
«A Real-Deal Singer-Songwriter — Feist with a spark» (Fresh On The Net)
'Best Unsigned Artist 2017' (Shoreditch Radio)