After failing to win the title, Mercury Prize nominee Nick Mulvey heads back to London’s own Roundhouse venue on the 27th March where, this time, all eyes will be on him. With the success of Mulvey’s stunning debut solo album, First Mind, the musician is heading on a tour that will take him to Holland and France as well as many loved UK venues.
Since studying music in Cuba, surrounded by a diverse range of musicians and cultures, Mulvey has played in the band Portico Quartet before venturing on a solo career. His debut solo album features singles such as ‘Fever to the Form’, ‘Cucurucu’ and latest single ‘I Don’t Want To Go Home’ and radiates a unique sound which has the essence of worldly musical knowledge and talent.
Following a stunning performance at Roundhouse at the Mercury Prize event last October, it is obvious that his next performance at the venue will be even greater. Tickets are still available for the 27th March and, if you like relaxing, acoustic-inspired vibes, will be a night not to be missed. Otherwise, if you are feeling more adventurous, why not take a couple of days out from the 29th March to the 1st April and see Nick Mulvey at a fantastic venue in Holland?