Johnny Marr debuts new material and rolls out Smiths classics as he kicks off intimate UK tour

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The race for dates ends with a huge Courtenays support slot in Manchester over the weekend

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Johnny Mara kicked off an intimate UK tour last night (20 September), debuting new material and Smith playing classics – see the setlist, footage and remaining tour dates below.

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Marr played a show at Stylus in Leeds to begin a short run of smaller UK dates in the run-up to the release of the new double album ‘Fever Dreams Pt 1-4’.

The debut single “Spirit, Power & Soul” was recently shared among the new songs that debuted, while the show previewed other new material from the album, including the opening song “Hideaway Girl.”

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Along with new material, Mara also dusted off Smith’s classics including “Panic,” “This Charming Man” and “The Headmaster Ritual” before closing the set with “Bigmouth Strikes Again.”

Check out footage of new songs from the Marr’s Leeds show and Smith’s classics, along with the full setlist below:

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Johnny Marr played:

‘Hipway Girl’
‘Nervousness’
‘Spirit Power and Soul’ (live debut)
“Tenet Time” (live debut)
‘New Town Velocity’
Rubicon (live debut)
‘Raat Aur Din’ (live debut)
‘get the message’
‘getting away with it’
‘Headmaster Ritual’
“Sensory Street” (live debut)
‘this charming Man’
‘Walk in the Sea’
‘Hi Hello’
‘How soon is it now?’
‘Armtopia’
‘there is a light that never goes out’
‘easy money’

Even then:
‘Counter Clock’ (live debut)
‘some girls Are Bigger Than Others’
‘Bigmouth Strikes Again’

Johnny Marr’s short UK tour continues tonight (21 September) in Blackburn at King George’s Hall, before he heads to London to play Electric Ballroom.

The tour then ends with a show supporting the Courtenays at the Old Trafford Cricket Ground in Manchester.

Check out the rest of the dates below and get tickets Here.

Tuesday 21 – Blackburn, King George Hall
Thursday 23 – London, Electric Ballroom
Saturday 25 – Manchester, Old Trafford Cricket Ground (supporting Courtenays)

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