From Peckham to Europe: Cosmo Pyke embarks on headline tour with new ‘Low’ EP

With his new EP ‘Low’, Cosmo Pyke continues to blend genres and stories, paying homage to his roots and literary inspirations in his most personal work yet.

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Today, Cosmo Pyke releases his new EP, Low, under his own label, Pykrete Records. You can listen to it here.

Pyke’s journey through music reflects his own personal growth, transitioning from a young artist influenced by his surroundings to a creator carving his own path with distinct style and substance. Pyke shares about the EP: “It’s a collection of songs written in the comfort of my room, inspired by childhood stories and my great grandfather Geoffrey, after whom Pykrete Records is named.”

The EP’s release coincides with Pyke’s first European headline tour, including a notable performance at London’s Electric Brixton on April 25th. This tour marks a milestone for Pyke, showcasing his music across multiple sold-out venues.

As a singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist, Pyke has captivated audiences with his lyrical storytelling that resonates with Gen Z’s experiences. His unique blend of indie, jazz, blues, and hip-hop elements showcases his versatility as an artist. Pyke’s musical journey began in Peckham, leading to critical acclaim and a loyal fanbase following his debut EP, Just Cosmo, and subsequent releases.

With the Low EP, Pyke continues to explore themes of love, loss, and the complexities of life while staying true to his roots and embracing the diverse influences that have shaped his sound. The upcoming tour and festival appearances promise to be an exciting new chapter for Pyke and his fans, who eagerly await seeing where his musical journey takes him next.

Cosmo Pyke 2024 European Headline Tour Dates

08 April – Paris, La Bellevilloise *sold out*

10 April – Antwerp, Trix Bar

12 April – Hamburg, Nochtwache *sold out*

13 April – Copenhagen, Ideal Bar *sold out*

15 April – Berlin, Privatclub

17 April – Amsterdam, Paradiso – Upstairs *sold out*

18 April –  Amsterdam, Paradiso – Upstairs *sold out*

24 April – Manchester, Gorilla

25 April – London, Electric Brixton

Photo credit: Phoebe Ford

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