Beans on Toast Back on The Music Menu for UK Dates

Beans on Toast will be returning to the road for a run of UK shows backed by the praised Jack Flanagan of Mystery Jets and Kitty Liv as he brings the songs from his new album, ‘Survival of the Friendliest.’

Speaking about what to expect from the upcoming fixtures, Beans states: “I can’t wait for this run of dates, some of my all-time favourite venues on that list.

“I’ll be joined on stage by the legends Jack Flanagan of Mystery Jets and Kitty Liv of Kitty, Daisy and Lewis in the new musical ensemble.  Singing songs, making friends, telling stories and offering hope and light relief from this bizarre world. See you out there.”

Beans on Toast will play dates in Cardiff and Bristol performing tracks from his new album, Survival of the Friendliest Photo: Curt Walsh.

New Releases For Beans on Toast

Beans on Toast recently released the single “Humans”. A lullaby-like track described by Steve Lamacq on BBC6Music as “an injection of hope and community”. It follows singles “Not Everybody Thinks We’re Doomed” and “A Beautiful Place”, all of which can be found on his new album: ‘Survival of the Friendliest’ released via his own BOT Music imprint.

Produced by Blaine Harrison of Mystery Jets and recorded at Big Jelly Studios in Ramsgate, ‘Survival of the Friendliest’ is a record centred around hope, positivity and camaraderie, that finds an artist celebrating the best he finds in human nature. Popular among fans and critics at Beans’ recent December shows, Louder Than War praised Beans’ latest work as “the perfect antidote to re-energise us all”, whereas RNR Magazine championed the record as “rather special…The lyrics shimmer with Beans’ trademark of truth and humour”. 

The album features a host of people including the artist Dizraeli, author Nick Hayes, gospel singer Sarah Telman, Rosie Bristow of Holy Moly, Adriano Rossetti-Bonell and Graham Godfrey , alongside contributions from Mystery Jets’ Blaine Harrison and Jack Flanagan. 

Catch Beans on Toast touring the record at some of the UK’s finest independent venues during Spring 2022 such as The Globe in Cardiff on March 10th or Lost Horizon in Bristol on the 11th.

Published by Thomas Howells

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