In light of the coronavirus outbreak, this performance has been rescheduled to Wednesday 2 September, 2020.
Existing tickets for the original 24 April performance will remain valid for this rescheduled performance date. We will not be reissuing tickets with the new performance date on them to bookers of the original date. Instead, your original tickets will remain valid unless you decide to return them. Please retain your tickets for use on the new performance date.
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We are doing our utmost to support the national effort in reducing the spread of coronavirus and the health and well-being of all our visitors, staff members and visiting performers is our number one priority. Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to welcoming you back, very soon.
A note from Lloyd: ‘Like the rest of civilisation, I’m terribly disappointed to lose my Spring, I was really looking forward to these shows. I will use my time in self-isolation to get started on my next album. Back to the attic!’
From Rattlesnakes to Guesswork
Celebrating the July 2019 release of his latest album, Guesswork, Lloyd Cole visits Cadogan Hall as part of his UK/Ireland tour: From Rattlesnakes to Guesswork.
Lloyd collaborated with three other musicians on Guesswork, most notable of whom are two former bandmates – guitarist Neil Clark and keyboard player Blair Cowan – who found themselves working together on an album with Lloyd for the first time since The Commotions’ swansong Mainstream in 1987. However anyone expecting a Commotions sound will be on the wrong tack: Guesswork is predominantly an electronic album. Lloyd, Blair Cowan and another long-time Lloyd associate Fred Maher have fashioned the Guesswork sound from classic and modern keyboard, modular and drum synthesizers, though guitars played by both Lloyd and Neil Clark do feature.
Lloyd’s ear for a melody, his lyrical smarts, and his unmistakable voice ensure these songs stand shoulder to shoulder with anything he has previously written.
Age limit/recommendation: Under 14s to be accompanied by an adult.
Full stage timings to be announced. Please revisit this page closer to the concert date for the latest details.