Preview: The Pearl Harts

by Adam Aiken (updated May 3, 2023)

Rock ’n’ roll duo The Pearl Harts have postponed their show in Norwich due to illness.

The gig scheduled for Thursday, May 4, at Voodoo Daddy’s will now take place on Monday, May 29, as Kirsty Lowery (vocals/guitar) and Sara Leigh Shaw (drums) promote their recent album Love, Chaos.

In a statement, the band said: “It is with a heavy heart and much deliberation that due to illness we are having to postpone the first two shows of our tour.

“This isn’t a decision we’ve taken lightly… we have been so pumped to get back out and play these shows and the dates are already rescheduled, so please hold on to your tickets.”

Love, Chaos includes singles More, Wild Me and Hypocritical, and the band have been getting some decent airplay with some of their new tracks.

The Pearl Harts recently completed their first run of live shows since 2019 for Independent Venue Week.

They have been together for a decade, and they’ve made something of a name for themselves on the live circuit.

The Pearl Harts are heading to Norfolk
The Pearl Harts are heading to Norfolk

Their previous tours have included support slots for the likes of Garbage and Skunk Anansie.

Their date in Norwich will be one of six spring shows they’ll be playing in England, with another three taking place on the other side of the Irish Sea.

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