Emma Ruth Rundle Announces 2023 North American Tour + Streams New Documentary

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The art of Emma Ruth Rundle is nothing short of fascinating. Rundle’s material is all over the place when it comes to style; depending on what release of hers you are listening to, you might hear playing to grunge, metal, or even folk music.

Throughout the years, Rundle has released a plethora of intriguing works; when it comes to her solo material, her latest studio album is that of 2021’s Engine of Hell. A personal favorite of ours is the release of May Our Chambers Be Full / The Helm Of Sorrow  – a collaboration Emma took part in involving the sludge metal act Thou.

We bring all this up because, as of today, Emma Ruth Rundle has just announced a 2023 North American tour! The tour starts next March and will conclude in early April. Emma has also released a new documentary available for streaming as of today. This doc is titled All I Know Of Love (which she made with Geert Braekers). The documentary features footage from throughout her 2022 UK and Ireland shows (and you can find her reading some of her poetry as well).

You can watch this documentary below. Also below are the dates and locations associated with Emma Ruth Rundle’s 2023 North American tour. You do not want to miss out on this incredibly exciting opportunity!

  • 3/24 Saint James Hall – Vancouver, BC
    3/25 Neumos – Seattle, WA
    3/26 Revolution Hall – Portland, OR
    3/28 Swedish American Hall – San Francisco, CA
    3/29 Swedish American Hall – San Francisco, CA
    3/31 Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever – Los Angeles, CA
    4/4 Thalia Hall – Chicago, IL
    4/6 The Access Club – Toronto, ON
    4/8 Crystal Ballroom – Boston, MA
    4/9 Le Poisson Rouge – New York City, NY

Below you will also find Emma Ruth Rundle’s European tour dates (that tour kicks off next month and will feature Jo Quail):

  • 11/1: Vor Frelser kirke – Aalborg (DK)
    11/3: Skt. Jakob – Oslo (NO)
    11/5: House of Culture – Helsinki (FI)
    11/6: Fotografiska – Tallinn (EE)
    11/8: Reformed Church – Riga (LV)
    11/9: Sts. Johns’ Church – Vilnius (LI)
    11/11: Niebo – Warsaw (PL)
    11/12: Centrum Manggha – Krakow (PL)
    11/13: Stary Klasztor – Wroclaw (PL)
    11/14: Venuše ve Švehlovce – Prague (CZ)