After the success of his recording-breaking live shows at the Barbican in May, Sasha has today announced two further UK 'Refracted: Live' shows for next year.
Sasha will take to The Roundhouse London on Saturday 17th February before he heads to Manchester to play the city's Bridgewater Hall on Sunday 18th February.
"The moment we walked off stage at the Barbican we were saying — we have to do this again," said the Welsh DJ in a press release.
"We didn't really have a plan in place. We had no idea the response to those shows was going to be so amazing. So this is Round 2, and we’re getting to perform at two more iconic UK venues. We are looking to change the show slightly to incorporate some new music and make these shows as special and unique as the Barbican ones in May. We can't wait!"
During the live show, the Welsh producer and Grammy nominee plays live on piano and electronics alongside his core production team (long-time collaborators Charlie May/Spooky, Dennis White/Thermal Bear, and Dave Gardner), with an 8-piece string section, a percussionist and live vocalists.
The legendary house and techno producer has been hard at work in the studio since debuting his new live show and will release a brand-new track, 'True' featuring Dems, this Friday via Late Night Tales, which you can hear below.
"I’ve been really excited about this record for some time. When we originally got the vocal back from Dems I instantly knew it was something special. We just needed to find the right project for it. I’m looking forward to it being part of the new show along with a lot of new material."
Alongside the new dates and single, Sasha recently released a Blu-ray of his iconic Barbican shows, which is available via Late Night Tales now.
Tickets for next year's shows go on pre-sale this Wednesday and will then go on general sale from 10 am Friday 13th October.
To register for pre-sale tickets, head here.
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