British soul legend Seal is heading to Glasgow as part of a UK-wide tour.

The ‘Kiss From a Rose’ hitmaker released his tenth studio album ‘Standards’ last autumn.

Backed by a big band, the multi-award winning star will be performing songs from the new album, alongside other classics, including ‘Killer’.

The album is made up of a collection of covers of jazz and swing classics.

It was recorded in the Capitol Records studio in Los Angeles, where Sinatra along with musicians Dean Martin and Nat King Cole had worked, and the United Studios, established by Sinatra and Bing Crosby.

Seal said: “This is the album I have always wanted to make.

“I grew up listening to music from the Rat Pack era, so recording these timeless tunes was a lifelong dream.”

In a career spanning three decades, racking up over 30 million records sales worldwide and a string of Grammy, Brit, and Ivor Novello awards along the way, the 54-year-old continues to shine in the music industry.

Seal’s team has described how his latest album “brings the glamour of old Hollywood straight to the present.”

The singer’s tour kicks off in Edinburgh’s Usher Hall on Saturday, February 10.

He will then head for Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on Sunday, February 11.

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