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14 April 2014

Fish, the critically acclaimed progressive rock singer/songwriter, and former lead singer of Marillion, will embark on an extensive 13-date UK tour in May 2014.

Billed as "The Moveable Feast Tour" the UK trek is named after his upcoming album "A Feast Of Consequences", which is now exclusively available for pre-order from his official website:

Fish has also unveiled the striking video for his new single 'Blind To The Beautiful'. Featuring breath-taking imagery, much of it courtesy of Greenpeace, the video shines a light upon the huge ecological disasters that climate change is already bringing to the world. The new video and single precedes his upcoming his UK tour dates in May.

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The single is available to pre-order on iTunes. Version 1 includes 'Blind To The Beautiful' (radio edit) / 'Blind To The Beautiful' (live from Karlsruhe), 'Blind To The Beautiful' (demo version). Version 2 includes 'Blind To The Beautiful' (album version) / 'A Feast Of Consequences' (live from Karlsruhe) / 'Perfume River' (live from Karlsruhe).

'A Feast Of Consequences', which is released through Kobalt Music in the UK on April 28th, is a remarkable collection that is being hailed as the finest of his long and illustrious career. The album is produced by Calum Malcolm (The Blue Nile/Prefab Sprout).

Fish will perform songs from the new album, as well as his solo album tracks, including early Marillion classics.

Tour Dates:
May 2 - Sheffield City Hall
May 3 - Liverpool o2 Academy
May 4 - Durham Gala Theatre
May 6 - Wolverhampton Robin
May 8 - Norwich Waterfront
May 9 - London Islington Assembly Hall
May 10 - Cardiff Globe
May 11 - Exeter Phoenix
May 13 - Brighton Concorde
May 15 - Bristol Fleece
May 16 - Northampton Roadmender
May 17 - Holmfirth Picturedrome
May 18 - Glasgow o2 ABC

Tickets, priced £22.50, can be booked online from or by calling the 24 hour box office - 0844 478 0898.


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