Romantic James Blunt will bring his new album to Forum Karlín.
James Blunt, the British singer-songwriter and author of the hits You’re Beautiful, Goodbye My Lover and Wisemen, will perform on March 4, 2024 at Prague’s Forum Karlín. The concert will take place as part of the tour for the new album Who We Used To Be, which will be released on October 27.
A graduate of the military academy who served, for example, in Kosovo, he made his debut after leaving the army with the album Back to Bedlam (2004). The album is still one of the twenty best-selling records of all time in Britain, and the singer won the Brit Awards, the MTV Europe Music Awards and five Grammy nominations for it. His next album All the Lost Souls (2007) was also successful with the single 1973, which topped the charts in more than 20 countries.
In the Czech Republic, Blunt performed for the first time in the hopelessly sold-out Lumbe Garden of Prague Castle. This time he will visit the premises of the modern Karlín Forum, where he will play hits full of nostalgia as well as new compositions. “I’m really looking forward to going on tour again,” confides the singer. “I really enjoyed writing and recording the new album. Some songs will definitely get you up on your feet and you won’t be able to stop dancing,” Blunt entices. After all, Taneční is already his first single Beside You.
Tickets for the Prague concert will be on sale in the Ticketportal and Ticketmaster networks from 10:00 a.m. on September 1.