Spiegel hasn’t been laying dormant though, having toured the world playing shows as well as recording the Double Live Set live album to celebrate 25 years in the industry back in 2015.
The release will be maked with a string of live shows, details of which can be seen below.
Friday June 16 – The Camelot Lounge, Marrickville, NSW
Saturday June 17 – The Stag and Hunter Hotel, Newcastle, NSW
Sunday June 18 – The Sydney Blues and Roots Festival, NSW
Friday June 23 – Piping Hot Chicken Shop, Ocean Grove, VIC
Friday June 30 – The Skylark Room, Upwey, VIC
Friday July 7 – Hickinbotham Winery, Dromana, VIC
Friday July 14 – Suttons House of Music, Ballarat, VIC
Thursday July 20 – The Old Museum, Brisbane, QLD
Friday July 21 – The Mullumbimby ex-Services Club, Mullumbimby, NSW
Saturday July 22 – The Sound Lounge, Currumbin, QLD
Saturday August 5 – The Melbourne Guitar Show, Melbourne, VIC
Friday August 11 – The Thornbury Theatre, Thornbury, VIC
Friday August 12 – The Old Church On The Hill, Bendigo, VIC
This Time Tomorrow will be released on Monday July 3 through Only Blues Music. Tickets are available through the venues.