Bipolar Sunshine will kick off 2015 with the release of a new single ‘Daydreamer’ released on 25th January followed by a UK headline tour in March and April.

Bipolar Sunshine is the Manchester raised alternative pop sound of Adio Marchant. With a sound that is unique and genre crossing, Bipolar Sunshine has a new age ambient soundscape with melancholy soulful lyrics, which draw inspiration from life’s wonders and imperfections and conjure up the romance of escapism.

He has built an avid following through the release of two EPs and a collection of singles, most recently with ‘Deckchairs on the Moon’ and ‘Future (Part 1)’ ft. Goldlink, and with live shows, including support dates with the likes of A$AP Mob, London Grammar, Rudimental and Bastille, along with his own packed out headline shows and festival appearances.

New single ‘Daydreamer’ incorporates everything Bipolar Sunshine has become so known and so loved for. An atypical pop track, which blends both the despondent and the upbeat with intelligent and unique lyrics and a vast, all-encompassing chorus. A collaboration with SBTRKT, the track was produced by Fraser T Smith (Adele, Lily Allen, Sam Smith) and can be listened to here.

Currently finishing work on his debut album, set to be released next summer, Bipolar Sunshine is heading out on his biggest UK headline tour to date in March and April next year. The headline tour will kick off on 26th March in Dublin and will include a show at London’s Heaven before a final night hometown show on 17th April at Manchester’s The Ritz.
Full live dates are as follows:

March:
Thu 26th – Dublin – Whelans
Fri 27th – Belfast – Limelight
Sat 28th – Edinburgh – Electric Circus
Sun 29th – Glasgow – Oran Mor
Tues 31st – Newcastle – Think Tank at Riverside

April:
Wed 1st – Leeds – Belgrave Music Hall
Thu 2nd – Liverpool – Kazimier
Fri 3rd – Nottingham – Rescue Rooms
Tues 7th – Leicester – The Scholar
Wed 8th – Birmingham – The Library at The Institute
Thu 9th – Oxford – O2 Academy 2
Fri 10th – Cambridge – The Junction
Sun 12th – Bristol – Thekla
Mon 13th – Brighton – The Haunt
Tues 14th – Portsmouth – Wedgewood Rooms
Thur 16th – London – Heaven
Fri 17th – Manchester – The Ritz

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