You might know him as the former frontman of alt-rock band The Eyres, but more likely you’ll know him as the solo acoustic performer that’s been winning the hearts of everyone that hears his music.
Of course, we’re talking about Oli Ng.
The Springsteen-inspired musician is about to hit the road with his band to tour his brand new upcoming EP titled ‘Hold Fast’. Despite having toured Europe previously, this will be the first time that Oli will take his band abroad with him.
Speaking of the tour Oli said: “I’m really looking forward to getting back on tour, especially with my band this time. It’s been a while since I jumped about on a stage as I’ve done a lot of solo acoustic shows, so I can’t wait for that!”
His latest four-track offering will be released on Friday 2nd March. ‘Hold Fast’ will include ‘Gone Mad’, his most recent single release, as well as two new tracks and a rework of The Eyres classic ‘Long Way Down’.
The trio, made up of Oli on vocals and guitar, fellow Eyres bandmates Jordan Cope on bass and Leon Robinson on drums, will begin their 16-date tour at the Arena Theatre in Wolverhampton on Wednesday 7th March, finishing up at Checkpoint Charlie in Amsterdam on Sunday 25th March.
Oli and his band will stop off in Stoke on Saturday 10th March to support The Jokers at The Sugarmill. Tickets and more information can be found here.