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Farro Tours His New ‘Walkways’ Album

Josh Farro, the co-songwriter behind many of Paramore’s biggest hits, has announced full details of his 'Walkways' UK Tour. It will be the GRAMMY nominated artist's first tour since splitting with the multi-platinum band Paramore. The tour includes eleven stops, kicking off on the 17th of November at the Waterfront Studio in Norwich finishing with a London show at The Borderline on the 29th of November.

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Josh Farro, the co-songwriter behind many of Paramore’s biggest hits, has announced full details of his ‘Walkways’ UK Tour. It will be the GRAMMY nominated artist’s first tour since splitting with the multi-platinum band Paramore. The tour includes eleven stops, kicking off on the 17th of November at the Waterfront Studio in Norwich finishing with a London show at The Borderline on the 29th of November.

The eagerly awaited tour celebrates Farro’s debut solo album, ‘Walkways’, which was released earlier this year. The album includes fan favorites ‘Cliffs’ and ‘On A Wire’. According to Farro, it ‘is a representation of the musical journey the artist has been on over the last year.

Long acclaimed as a captivating performer, Farro headlined with Paramore on their Brand New Eyes UK tour in 2010. Walkways, however, will mark Farro’s first ever appearance in the UK as a solo artist, accompanied by his full band. Opening up recently to Kerrang, Josh mentions that, “I’ve missed the fans and I’m really stoked to see everyone again and meet some new faces!”

Josh Farro’s incredible songwriting and live performances have already connected with millions of fans across the world, through high-profile televised appearances, including the 52nd Annual GRAMMY Awards, and the 2008 MTV VMA Awards. His tour will visit Norwich, Leeds, Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester, Nottingham, Birmingham, Kingston, Bath and Southampton before it concludes in London on 29th November at Borderline. SEEN greets the return of this great artist to the UK with great excitement. The eleven-venue showstopping tour is sure to be a hit with his legion of fans this November.

Watch and listen to the full album here:

FARRO teamed up with GoPro and sent GoPros to friends all over the world. These are their walkways:

www.farro.co

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