Liam Titcomb Unveils "Love Don't Let Me Down" Video To Celebrate Release Of 'Cicada' Today; Canadian Dates With Colin James Announced

"I've known Liam for four years now and can honestly say I am a true fan. The first time I heard his cover of ‘Bandit’ by Neil Young, I was hooked. You wouldn't expect to hear such maturity and depth in the songs of someone so young, yet there it is.
To be sure, his voice is almost as big as his heart."
-- Leigh Nash (Sixpence None The Richer)

In celebration of the release of his debut Nettwerk album Cicada (out today), Toronto based singer/songwriter Liam Titcomb has revealed an official video for lead single “Love Don’t Let Me Down.” 

Recorded in Nashville and produced by Jay Joyce (The Wallflowers, Cage The Elephant, Patty Griffin), Cicada is a result of Liam’s journey both personally and as a songwriter over the past couple of years. In 2010, shortly after ending an intense relationship, Titcomb stole away to London for a month-long songwriting retreat. Exploring everything the UK had to offer and forging some incredible friendships in the process, he hit his stride as a writer and began penning the material that would eventually become his latest offering.

Stream Cicada in full on SoundCloud here: 

"This is a fresh start," says Liam. "I'm ready to go after the whole globe. There's a little bit of everything on this album. It's bittersweet at times. It's fun at times. This is who I am at the end of the day. I make music because I love it."

Liam also announced fall tour dates across Canada supporting Colin James. Tour dates are below. 

Liam Titcomb Canadian Tour Dates (supporting Colin James):
Oct 15th - Ottawa @ National Arts Centre
Oct 17th - Parry Sound @ Stockey Centre
Oct 18th - St. Catharines @ Brock Centre
Oct 19th - Burlington @ Burlington PAC
Oct 20th - Kingston @ Grand Theatre
Oct 21st - Peterborough @ Showplace Theatre
Nov 6th - Nanaimo @ Port Theatre
Nov 7th - Victoria @ Royal Theatre
Nov 8th - Vancouver @ Commodore
Nov 9th - Vancouver @ Commodore
Nov 10th - Vancouver @ Commodore
Nov 12th - Kelowna @ Community Auditorium
Nov 14th - Red Deer @ Memorial Centre
Nov 15th - Edmonton @ Jubilee
Nov 16th - Grande Prairie @ Douglas J Cardinal Arts. Ctr
Nov 17th - Prince George @ Vanier Hall



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