Jeremy Loops will hit the road in support of 'Trading Change'

Jeremy Loops from Cape Town, South Africa, announces an American tour in support of new LP Trading Change. Loops did a live performance of the whole album on August 13 via Periscope’s Live Online Album Listening Party. Now, Loops is ready for part two with a tour that will start in Los Angeles and end in Toronto.

Loops captures his South African life in his songs by applying booming city rhythms and some folk flavor. His style is mostly inspired by his travels to rural corners of Africa and battles deforestation with his organization called Greenpop.

A year ago, Jeremy Loops debuted at No. 1 with his single “Down South” on iTunes in his home country. With that, he headlined for major music festivals and stayed on top in three major radio stations.

The singer claims that his new LP Trading Change is about lost love and moving on. It is about mending oneself before the other person when it comes to broken love situation. A chance to listen to these songs will come around this October at many venues throughout the US and a couple in Canada.

Jeremy Loops Tour Dates:

10.14 Los Angeles, CA - The Roxy Theatre
10.15 San Francisco, CA - Social Hall
10.17 Denver, CO - Lost Lake Lounge
10.18 Lawrence, KS - The Bottleneck
10.19 Chicago, IL - Schuba's
10.20 Columbus, OH - The Basement
10.22 Nashville, TN - High Watt
10.23 Atlanta, GA - Vinyl at Center Stage
10.26 Philadelphia, PA - Milkboy
10.27 Cambridge, MA - The Sinclair
10.28 New York, NY - Le Poisson Rouge
10.30 Montreal, QC - Le Petit Campus
10.31 Toronto, ON - Adelaide Hall