Wilsen / UK & European Tour w/ Diane Birch Begins Tomorrow

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Tamsin Wilson’s UK/EU solo support tour with American singer/songwriter Diane Birch begins tomorrow at Sacred Trinity in Manchester.  The run of five dates follows the release of Wilsen’s debut album ‘I Go Missing In My Sleep’. Listen.  

Tamsin has also been invited to support Dan Croll at Bristol’s Thekla on Thursday 18th May.  

Full list of dates as follows: 

May 12 / Manchester, UK @ Sacred Trinity

May 14 / Glasgow, UK @ CCA 

May 16 / London, UK @ Bush Hall 

*new date* May 18 / Bristol, UK @ Thekla (supporting Dan Croll)

May 22 / Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Paradiso

May 24 / Paris, France @ Les Trois Baudets

‘I Go Missing In My Sleep’ features recent singles ‘Final’, ‘Centipede’ & ‘Garden’ and has been met with an abundance of early critical praise. NPR Music premiered lead single "Heavy Steps," praising the group as "a major revelation" and proclaiming Tamsin Wilson "would sound amazing in just about any genre or context." Noisey premiered the group's "Garden" music video last month: "It manages to be both soothing and disquieting. At points it sounds like it’s running backwards. Sometimes like a memory tantalizingly out of reach.” Stereogum premiered ‘Final’ calling it “softly devastating”.

Wilsen features Tamsin, Drew Arndt on bass and Johnny Simon on guitar. The trio burst onto the independent music scene in 2013 with the self-released double-EP ‘Sirens,’ and 2014’s EP ‘Magnolia.’ Tours with Daughter, Matthew E White, San Fermin and shows with London Grammar soon followed. Wye Oak remixed a song for the ‘Magnolia’ remix EP along with Sun Glitters, Death Vessel and White Hinterland. Tamsin has lent her vocals to Honne's "Coastal Love" single and her vocal line is used in a SBTRKT song.

‘I Go Missing In My Sleep’ Tracklisting 

1. Centipede 

2. Garden 

3. Kitsilano 

4. Heavy Steps 

5. Otto 

6. Light Between The Leaves 

7. Dusk 

8. A Parting 

9. Emperor 

10. Final 

11. Told You  



"A major revelation." - NPR Music     

"Softly devastating.” - Stereogum    

“Big and bright, Wilsen’s debut battles against the hardest of nights that turn into mornings, and comes out the other side feeling truly defiant.” DIY  

"It manages to be both soothing and disquieting. At points it sounds like it’s running backwards. Sometimes like a memory tantalizingly out of reach.” - Noisey    

"I Go Missing In My Sleep is a collection of beautiful songs made infinitely more beautiful by the way they've been meticulously put together... It's all there underneath, quiet, restrained and delicate, waiting to be discovered on a second (or third...or fourth) listen.” Drowned In Sound  

“Slow, Spartan songs with finger-picked guitar, heart-beat drums and ghostly narratives... Lovely.” MOJO  

“I Go Missing In My Sleep pays out higher dividends with repeated and closer listens… Wilsen has thrust their own marker in the sand with this debut and given themselves a wealth of directions in which to pivot toward for the future.” Line of Best Fit

“[A] full-length rumination of quiet devastation.” – CBC    

“A twilight escape from the unrelenting rush of everyday living.” – Popmatters    

“For a debut record, it makes bold but natural moves... A tremendous alt-folk debut.” PressPlayOK