TheMigrant-liveAfter the shows at this year’s Reeperbahn FestivalBjarke Bendtsen’s quirky folk rock project The Migrant will hit the road abroad again!

The press compared The Migrant with acclaimed names like Fleet Foxes, Bonnie “Prince” Billy and George Harrison, international reviews for the latest album “Flood” (released in January 2015) mentioned Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, The Band or Nirvana. 

Not only the recorded psychedelic folk­-pop tunes though, but especially the band’s live shows are known for their intensity and empathy. Sounds like something you shouldn’t miss if The Migrant is coming to a town near you! Find all international dates below.

07.10.2015 – London (UK): The Lamb Surbiton
08.10.2015 – Birmingham (UK): Ort Cafe
09.10.2015 – Manchester (UK): Fuel
10.10.2015 – Ipswich (UK): Cult
11.10.2015 – Cardiff (UK): Gwdihw
12.10.2015 – London (UK): The Harrison
14.10.2015 – Münster (DE): Drei:Klang
15.10.2015 – Regensburg (DE): W1
16.10.2015 – Hannover (DE): Ladencafé Linden Nord
17.10.2015 – Göttingen (DE): Ears Wide Open Festival
18.10.2015 – Milano (IT): Sofar Sounds Festival
19.10.2015 – Karlsruhe (DE): TBA
20.10.2015 – Leipzig (DE): Wärmehalle Süd
21.10.2015 – Hamburg (DE): TBA
21.11.2015 – Austin, TX (US): Mohawk
23.11.2015 – San Antonio, TX (US): Paper Tiger
24.11.2015 – Houston, TX (US): Fitzgeralds
25.11.2015 – New Orleans, LA (US): Gasa Gasa
29.11.2015 – New York, NY (US): The Living Room


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