King Charles will be glad this is a short month

King Charles
King Charles
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After two years of touring Loveblood, singer-songwriter King Charles ended the 2014 festival tour season and went straight into recording his next as-yet-untitled second album with what he calls a ‘return to his roots’.

But before that is released, he has been undertaking an arduous UK tour that has seen him play a show every day in February.

And on Thursday, with only three dates to go, he stops off at The Wedgewood Rooms in Southsea.

The artist known as King Charles says: ‘This is the album I’ve always wanted to make, this is pure King Charles, I am so excited for this tour so I can give fans new material, and give the UK a chance to be the first to hear it.’

He is supported by British-Norwegian singer-songwriter Sasha Siem.

Doors open 8pm. Tickets cost £12. Go to wedgewood-rooms.co.uk