A MODERN folk band are set to visit Cornwall next month on their first UK tour since the start of the pandemic.

Since their formation in 2013, The Trouble Notes have been known as perennial travellers with a genre bending sound that re-defines modern folk music.

The band’s primary instrumentation consists of violin, guitar, and various percussion, but they produce a sound far greater than the sum of those parts.

Videos of their performances have amassed tens of millions of views worldwide and they have delivered knockout concerts at some of Europe’s largest festivals.

This summer they will return to the UK for the first time since the start of the pandemic, featuring performances at the infamous Glastonbury Festival, Kite Festival, Wickham Folk Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and the Summer Solstice at Stonehenge.

With their second studio album Liberty Awaits set for release in the fall 2022, anyone who attends one of their performances is sure to be treated to a delectable mix of new compositions to go along with the repertoire that has built them much notoriety over the past decade.

Full tour dates are as follows:

June 11 - The Troubadour London

June 12 - Kite Festival Oxfordshire

June 14 - Grain Barge - Bristol

June 16 - The Kemble Brewery - Cheltenham

June 17 - Northern Quarter - Huddersfield

June 18 - The Castle Hotel - Manchester

June 19 - The Acorn Penzance Penzance, Cornwall

June 21 - Stonehenge Solstice Festival Salisbury

June 22 - Glastonbury Bandstand

June 23 - Glastonbury - Croissant Neuf Stage

August 7 - Wickham Festival

August 13 - Edinburgh Fringe Festival - AMC Show from 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM