Louis Berry - Photo Credit John Johnson

Louis Berry Announces New Single Ahead Of KOKO Show

Louis Berry - Photo Credit John Johnson
Louis Berry – Photo Credit John Johnson

Following his sold-out UK tour last month, including two shows at Omeara, rock ‘n’ roll firebrand Louis Berry announces his new single ’25 Reasons’, impacts July 3 on Ministry Of Sound.

The stand-out track from his raucous live shows, ’25 Reasons’ could be the soundtrack to a dive bar brawl with its raw, fast-paced guitar and Louis’ trademark raspy vocals.

With critical acclaim already coming from tastemaker heavyweights including Radio 1 (Annie Mac, Huw Stephens, Clara Amfo, Mistajam, Greg James), Radio X, Virgin Radio, Zane Lowe, NME, VICE, The Guardian and Clash, Louis continues to write incessantly to hone his craft in delivering a melody and hard hitting lyrics.

Gaining a reputation for his rip-roaring live shows and after selling out all of his UK headline shows to date, Louis is set to play his biggest show to date at KOKO May 31st. This summer will see Louis play several UK festivals including Reading/Leeds, Wilderness and TRNSMT.

Louis Berry plays:


Fri 26th MANCHESTER, Dot To Dot      

Sat 27th BRISTOL, Dot To Dot      

Sun 28th NOTTINGHAM, Dot To Dot 

Wed 31st LONDON, KOKO       


Fri 7th GLASGOW, TRNSMT         

Sun 23rd LIVERPOOL,  Liverpool International Music Festival

Fri 28th DORSET.Camp Bestival


Thurs 3rd  INVERNESS, Belladrum      

Sun 6th OXFORD, Wilderness     

Fri 25th READING, Reading Festival

Sat 26th LEEDS, Leeds Festival

Tickets for KOKO are on sale now. Louis Berry is online on Twitter, Facebook, and Soundcloud.

Louis Berry - 25 Reasons (Audio)

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