Alison Moyet has announced The Other Tour which follows the announcement of her new brand new album Other, which is now available.

Other finds Alison at the top of her game, making exactly the adventurous electronic pop music she wants to at this moment in time, with her voice and song writing both intense, poetic and thought provoking. Other was catalysed by Alison’s fruitful partnership with producer and song writing collaborator Guy Sigsworth, who (as well as having worked with Björk, Goldie and Madonna), co-created her last album The Minutes, which debuted at number five in the national charts and won critical acclaim.

“For me, making a record at this age, lyrically, is a different proposition. Observation in most cases replaces emotion. The invisibility of middle-aged woman rather thrills me and instead I watch”, explains Moyet. “The subject matter covers what you might expect from a pop album; Dyslexia, locked-out syndrome, diversity, Persephone, doggedness and the internet. Always asked what a song is about, I attempted to cooperate, but in truth though the lyrics incorporated my best attempt to describe what I see and of the meaning that is mine. I want, who chooses to, to find their own landscape or indeed none. Some of us have always felt Other. I no longer wish it were otherwise.”

The new long player features backing vocals from Alison’s daughter on The English U, which was preceded by her guest appearance on stage at Alison’s Royal Albert Hall show, and an appearance in the video for When I Was Your Girl.

In addition to Alison studying sculpture at college whilst also creating this new release, other happenings of note since The Minutes include receiving an Icon Award at Nordoff Robbins Silver Clef Awards, a hot ticket performance with a 32 piece orchestra at Burberry’s London Fashion Week Womenswear Show, and her involvement in the RSC’s celebration of Shakespeare’s 400th Anniversary where Alison composed and performed a new arrangement of Sigh No More Ladies (from Much Ado About Nothing) in their BBC 2 live special.



Date Venue
Fri 27th Opers House CorkSat
28th Olympia Theatre Dublin
Sun 29th Ulster Hall Belfast
Tue 31st Sage Gateshead


Date Venue
Wed 1st Royal Concert Hall Glasgow
Thu 2nd Usher Hall Edinburgh
Sat 4th Regent Theatre Ipswich
Sun 5th Hexagon reading
Tue 7th New Theatre Oxford
Wed 8th The Dome Brighton (in aid of Samaritans Brighton)
Thu 9th Symphony Hall Birmingham
Sat 11th Cliffs Pavilion Southend
Sun 12th Corn Exchange Cambridge
Tue 14th The Palladium London SOLD OUT
Wed 15th The Palladium London
Thu 16th Pavilion Theatre Bournemouth
Sat 18th St David’s Hall Cardiff
Sun 19th Barbican York
Mon 20th Royal Philharmonic Hall Liverpool
Wed 22nd Bridgewater Hall Manchester
Thu 23rd Colston Hall Bristol
Fri 24th Arts Centre Warwick
Sun 26th Royal Concert Hall Nottingham
Mon 27th Waterside Theatre Aylesbury
Tue 28th O2 Guildhall Southampton

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