GRAMMY award nominated duo Larkin Poe have confirmed their rescheduled UK tour dates for February 2021 and will be stopping off at Chalk in Brighton on February 6.

Coinciding with the announcement, the duo have also released a new video for Holy Ghost Fire, the latest single to be taken from their forthcoming new album Self Made Man, which is out on June 12 via their own Tricki-Woo Records.

Speaking about Holy Ghost Fire, Larkin Poe, comprising Nashville-based Rebecca and Megan Lovell, explained: “Holy Ghost Fire is our anthem for the healing power of music.

“When we wrote the song a couple of months ago, we had no idea how cathartic it would be for us to release a song of optimism

and unity during these uncertain times.

“Our whole crew has been on lockdown here in Nashville, Tennessee, so we had to think outside the box and flex our DIY muscles to get this music video made from quarantine.

“Rebecca’s husband Tyler Bryant shot the performance footage of us in a vacant lot next to an AutoZone and even the homeless guy stayed six feet away out of respect to

social-distancing measures.”

Originally due to tour Europe next month, Larkin Poe have also announced their rescheduled tour dates, which will now take place in February 2021 along with some additional dates added and venue changes.

The new album Self Made Man comes out Friday, June 12.

Self Made Man sees the multi-instrumentalist sister duo pushing their music and message towards unexplored terrain, inspired by their epic world travels yet still powerfully rooted in the creative heritage of their beloved American south.

The album’s lead single She’s A Self Made Man, with its playfully pointed gender twist gives the LP its title and serves as an anthem for Larkin Poe, kicking off the proceedings with a big riffed assertion of their current intent and amplified artistic power.

The video for She’s A Self Made Man was released with one radio station naming the “biting, fantastically emphatic new single” as its track of the day, and noting “its crunching guitar palette is augmented by flashes of sterling Americana, harking to their Nashville base”.

Classic Rock said: “She’s A

Self Made Man kicks all kinds of ass.

“If Delta blues had a baby with punk, and raised it on beefy rock ’n’ roll, it might have turned out like this.”