Rumer announces London show at St James’ Church, Piccadilly

18:51 17 April 2012

Singer Rumer has announced a special London show at St James’ Church in Piccadilly on May 24.

She will be performing her brand new single P.F Sloan which is the first taster from a new record, Boys Don’t Cry, due on May 28 but which has already made the top 10 on Amazon’s pre-orders.

Boys Don’t Cry follows the breakthrough success of Rumer’s debut album Seasons Of My Soul, which sold more than a million copies, earned Rumer two Brit nominations and also saw her scoop the Mojo Award for best breakthrough act.

The album is a collection of lesser-known songs from the 1970s, all of which were originally sung by men.

Tickets go on sale on Friday from www.livenation.co.uk.

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