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Will Varley began playing open mic nights in London in the early 2000s, setting up his own nights in the Grey Horse, Kingston with friends Tom Farrer and Nick Marks. In 2010 He moved to Kent and set up Smugglers Records with the band Cocos Lovers. He released his debut album 'Advert Soundtracks' in 2011 and toured the album on foot.
In September 2013 his second album 'As The Crow Flies' was released and garnered positive reviews & was described as "Excellent" by Q Magazine. The album has received airplay on BBC Radio 3, Radio 6 & XFM. Numerous tracks have been included on the Mike Harding Folk Show. After the album was released he supported Beans On Toast on part of his UK tour, the pair finished the tour with a sold out show at London's 100 Club. In February 2014, he was invited to support Frank Turner at his homecoming show at Winchester Assembly Rooms.
In an interview on BBC Introducing in March, Varley announced he would be embarking on another walking tour in May, this time traveling the entire south coast of England.The Rambling Tour saw Varley walk almost 500 miles, playing 24 shows along the way.After the walk Varley played a sold out headline show at London's Bush Hall. The show was recommended by Time Out.
During an interview with Steve Lamacq on BBC6 Varley said he was currently working on new material and was aiming to release a third album in early 2015.
On March 29th Will Varley signed a record deal with Xtra Mile Recordings while backstage at The Royal Albert Hall shortly before taking to the stage to open for Frank Turner.
Support comes from Micky P Kerr & Danny Aspinall
Doors 7.30pm, tickets £7 from Crash, Jumbo & www.wegottickets.com/event/312337