Fink also recently released his debut live album, Wheels Turn Beneath My Feet, which was recorded during his many concerts this year. The process, he says was very satisfying. “Yeah, it’s actually as creative as you want it to be. You can just record a concert, or you can really get into it, and we wanted to capture what it felt like be on tour. We might record some of the India gigs as well, and put them out for our fans.”
Fink’s act will be supported by acoustic folk-rock trio The Staves that comprises sisters Emily, Jessica and Camilla Staveley. The band, which released their debut album, Dead & Born & Grown last month, are known for their distinctive three-part vocal harmonies. “One of us has been to India before but we’ve never performed here. So it’s exciting to come here. I’m really looking forward to eating Indian food. We love the cuisine back home but would like to try the real deal here!” says Jessica.