News: When Rivers Meet

When Rivers Meet (Picture: Blackham Images)

by Adam Aiken

When Rivers Meet are about to hit the road ahead of the release of their second album.

The East Anglian outfit, comprising husband and wife team Aaron and Grace Bond, will be supporting King King on seven dates, starting in Leeds on Friday, October 15.

The tour will be coming to the Junction in Cambridge a week later.

Grace and Aaron Bond, aka When Rivers Meet (Picture: Blackham Images)

It’ll be the start of a busy period for When Rivers Meet. Having scooped a number of gongs following the release of their critically-acclaimed debut album last year, next month will see the release of follow-up Saving Grace.

Ahead of that, the duo have released Testify as a single.

A headline tour will follow in 2022, including a show in Norwich at the Waterfront on Saturday, May 14.

Click here for tickets for both tours.

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