After a busy 2023 that included a new album, book and documentary, James Blunt releases the heartfelt All The Love That I Ever Needed, taken from his latest top five album Who We Used To Be, out now on Atlantic Records.

Written with his wife in mind All The Love That I Ever Needed is, as James hilariously recounts; “a song that’s more meaningful than You’re Beautiful, because this isn’t a girl I passed on the subway, this is the girl I live with and love for my whole fucking life.”

This time around, James worked with a variety of producers including Jonny Coffer, Red Triangle, Jack & Coke and Steve Robson. His recent greatest hits collection, The Stars Beneath My Feet, went Gold, selling over 100,000 copies.

James Blunt has become something of a national treasure as his music career approaches its twentieth anniversary. He is respected for his honesty, wit, and charm, as showcased on record, on stage and with his ever-engaging X (Twitter) account.

His 2004 debut album Back To Bedlam featured the global smash hit You’re Beautiful and is one of the top ten best-selling albums of the Noughties. He’s won two Brit Awards, two Ivor Novello Awards and has received five Grammy nominations.

James makes a most welcome return to the road, where he will play twelve dates across the UK next spring kicking off March 30th at Leeds First Direct Arena and finishing April 14th at the Bournemouth International Centre.



Date Venue
Sat 30th First Direct Arena Leeds
Sun 31st Beacon Bristol


Date Venue
Tue 2nd Brighton Centre
Thu 4th Utilita Arena Newcastle
Fri 5th OVO Hydro Arena Glasgow
Sat 6th Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
Sun 7th Utilita Arena Birmingham
Tue 9th Royal Albert Hall London
Wed 10th Royal Albert Hall London
Fri 12th AO Arena Manchester
Sat 13th Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
Sun 14th International Centre Bournemouth


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