by Adam Aiken
Beans On Toast will be at Norwich Arts Centre this weekend as the folk singer tours in support of his album Survival Of The Friendliest.
Essex boy Beans has been on the road since the middle of February, and will be at the arts centre on Sunday, March 6.
He’ll have backing from Jack Flanagan, of Mystery Jets, and Kitty Liv.
Speaking ahead of the tour, Beans said: “I can’t bloody wait for this run of dates, with some of my all-time favourite venues on that list
“I’ll be joined on stage by the legends Jack Flanagan and Kitty Liv in the new musical ensemble, singing songs, making friends, telling stories and offering hope and light relief from this bizarre world.”
Beans has released a number of singles from Survival Of The Friendliest, with Humans recently picking up praise from Steve Lamacq on BBC Radio 6 Music.
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