British singer-songwriter Bruno Major is taking his performances to Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia alongside his stops in Japan, South Korea, China and Hong Kong.

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Known for his hits like “Easily” and “Wouldn’t Mean A Thing”, Bruno Major is now on the way to invade Asia with his sad songs this October. The tour is part of his debut album’s promotion A Song For Every Moon. 

Major will start to conquer Asia with two shows in Japan: Tokyo’s Shindaita Fever (Sun, Oct 7) and Yamagata’s Hello Indie Festival (Mon, Oct 8). Then, he will swing by Seoul on Thursday, October 11 before heading over to China with two performances— Beijing (Fri, Oct 12) and Shanghai (Sat, Oct 13). Whereas, the crooner will make a stop in Hong Kong for a night on Sunday, October 14 before furthering his journey to Southeast Asia.

Fans in Singapore can listen to British crooner’s first effort live on stage at Decline on Thursday, October 18. Advanced tickets are now available on Ticketflap at SGD40. The price will rise to SGD50 at the door.

Meanwhile, Bangkokians will be able to get your tears streaming down your faces at Murmur! present – Bruno Major Live in Bangkok 2018 at Noma Bkk on Saturday, October 20. Tickets for Bangkok show will go on-sale tomorrow (Aug 15) via Ticketmelon, priced THB850.

For Major’s last show in the region, the R&B artist will collect his fans’ tears in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday, October 21. The venue and tickets are, however, TBA.

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Bruno Major is a British singer-songwriter who is known for his emotional lyrics and melody. He earned the world’s attention through his shows with Sam Smith’s UK tour earlier this year. Aside from his solo career, Major is also the guy behind SG Lewis’ “Yours”. (Experience his sensational piece, below.)

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Neon Boonyadhammakul
A Bangkok-based writer, part-time DJ and singer in the making who knows every word to My Chemical Romance songs. She's now diving deep into experimental music and contemporary sounds.