It looks as though Patrick Wolf has caught the live performing bug again, announcing two new shows over the coming summer months.
Wolf had been locked away recording his new album but his appearance at the Love Music Hate Racism carnival last week will now not be his only show this year.
In an interesting project Wolf has been asked by the American photographer, Nan Goldin, to perform a live soundtrack to her exhibition, The Ballad Of Sexual Dependency, in the Turbine Hall of the Tate Modern on May 24. There are a few tickets left and they can be purchased from the Tate Modern's website.
Another date in the pipeline is an appearance at Redfest the small 5,000 capacity event which takes place on the 4th and 5th July near Redhill in Surrey.