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​Loyle Carner is dropping his debut album

‘Yesterday’s Gone’ is out January 20 on Amf Records

  • Jaguar Bingham
  • 19 November 2016
​Loyle Carner is dropping his debut album

22 year old rapper Loyle Carner revealed that his debut LP 'Yesterday's Gone' will be out January 20 via AMF Records.

The South Londoner’s lead single ‘The Isle Of Arran’ was Annie Mac’s Hottest Record In The World on her BBC Radio 1 show last week, and tracks ‘Ain’t Nothing Changed’, ‘Florence’, ‘Stars & Shards’ and ‘No CD’ are available when preordering the album on iTunes.

‘Yesterday’s Gone’ features collaborations with Tom Misch, Kwes, and Rebel Kleff & Jhest, and is described as “an intersection between the boom-bap of East Coast hip-hop, jazz-inflected portraits of South London, and soulful laid back pop.”

Carner also announced his up-coming tour in February 2017 with tickets going on sale November 26. You can check out the dates below and pre-order the album here.


Feb 2 – Workmans Club, Dublin

Feb 3 – Garage, Glasgow

Feb 4 – Liquid Room, Edinburgh

Feb 5 – Riverside, Newcastle

Feb 7 – O2 Academy, Oxford

Feb 8 – Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds

Feb 9 – Academy 2, Manchester

Feb 11 – Waterfront, Norwich

Feb 12 – Motion, Bristol

Feb 13 – The Hub, Plymouth

Feb 15 – Engine Rooms, Southampton

Feb 16 – 02 Institute 2, Birmingham

Feb 17 – Shepherds Bush Empire, London

Feb 18 – Shepherds Bush Empire, London

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