Preview: The Undercover Hippy

by Adam Aiken

The Undercover Hippy makes his return to the live circuit tonight, to be quickly followed by a visit to Norfolk.

The cult alias of Billy Rowan will be at The Waterfront, Norwich, tomorrow (Friday, March 24), as part of his Not Paying Attention tour, which kicks off tonight in Oxford.

It comes ahead of the release of his Poor Little England album next month, and after the release of a couple of singles – Hey Boy and the politically satirical Greed.

The Undercover Hippy’s catchy reggae-pop will be complemented by Latin-dub-ska outfit State Of Satta, who’ll provide horns for the headline set as well as being the opening act on the tour.

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