The Charlatans front man brings his tour promoting new album “’Oh No I Love You” to the Ironworks, Inverness.

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It’s nearly twenty-three years since Tim Burgess fronted band, The Charlatans, released ‘Some Friendly’ and indeed he will be playing with The Charlatans over the summer including headlining Kendal Calling. However it is his solo material, and in particular his most recent release ‘Oh No I Love You’, that brings him to Inverness. The NME described the album as “ a sweet postcard from a man who still gives a shit about trying something new,” fair credit for a man who could live off The Charlatans back catalogue for a good while to come.

Tickets for the show, to be held on the 26th of September, are on sale via The Ironworks on the 31st of May.

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