It’s time to hit the road for musician Tommy Loose (29), who is going on tour to promote his new acoustic album, ‘Carrying the Unfixable’.
The Earogenous Zones tour will see Tommy, a music examiner and guitar tutor, perform around the country before travelling to Northern Ireland in August for a series of gigs.
It is the Surfleet Seas End man’s second album, following the 2015 release of ‘Nearly Unique’.
Tommy said: “I’m really concerned with creating new content and pushing myself.
“A lot of it is for myself to be honest.”
Tommy has already performed in Loughborough, Stratford-upon-Avon, King’s Lynn and Ipswich.
He will end this leg of the tour with a gig at the Angles Theatre in Wisbech on April 30.
He will be joined by step-father Nat Coles and his ukulele band, Teddy’s Boys, who are opening the show.
Despite having released two albums in just two years, Tommy is already working on his third.
“I just want to do something that’s fun for me and other people can enjoy, too,” Tommy added.
Visit tommyloose.co.uk for more information on the tour.