Blunt’s trek kicks off January 9 at Carling Academy Glasgow in Scotland and runs through the end of the month.

Other dates on the singer’s itinerary include Carling Apollo Manchester (January 11-12), International Centre in Bournemouth (January 17), the Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham (January 19) and Rivermead Centre in Reading (January 23).

Tickets for all shows are available through links at

In early August, Blunt embarked on a promotional tour for Souls, which hit the streets in September. In a recent post on his web site, the singer described the trek as an eye-opening experience.

“I’ve been visiting radio stations in the U.S. and playing them new songs from All The Lost Souls,” Blunt said. Beardy [Blunt’s keyboardist], came for some of it, but otherwise, it’s been me on my own visiting three cities a day, and up to six radio stations a day, singing between two and four songs in each station.

“In a world where success of an album is defined by its chart position and number of units sold, we’ve done better than that – we made an album that we love.

“I spent months alone writing these songs and then months and thousands of pounds in a studio with an incredible producer and four phenomenal musicians creating a fine bit of art.

“Today when I went into a station to talk about it, I was asked questions like, ‘What noise does a tomato make?’ So it’s back to the real world.”