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Lisa Mitchell

Lisa Mitchell Debuts New Song And ‘Heavenly’ Tour

by Andrew Tijs on March 27, 2012

in Live,New Music,News

Elfin indie folk star Lisa Mitchell announces a new song and a church and cathedral tour.

Lisa Mitchell

Lisa Mitchell

Following her AMP-winning album Wonder, Lisa Mitchell returns with her new single ‘Spiritus’, which you can hear at her Facebook page here, buy digitally online, or wait until it comes out as part of her EP in early May.

But you’ll have to get it before her forthcoming tour, where she follows in the footsteps of Seeker Lover Keeper and Henry Wagons and will perform with a choir in churches and cathedrals around the nation. She’ll be joined by folkie duo Georgia Fair.

Tickets for the tour go on sale Monday 2 April through Ticketek.

Lisa Mitchell ‘Heavenly Sounds’ Tour
Monday 4 June – Christ Church Cathedral, Church Street, Newcastle
Thursday 7 June – St Stephen’s Uniting Church, 197 Macquarie Street, Sydney
Friday 8 June – St John’s Cathedral, 373 Ann Street, Brisbane
Wednesday 13 June – St Michael’s Church, cnr of Collins Street & Russell Street, Melbourne
Thursday 14 June – Flinders Street Baptist Church, 65 Flinders Street, Adelaide
Friday 15 June – St Joseph’s Church, 3 Salvado Road, Subiaco Perth

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