When Delirious ended their 20 year run in 2009, the ending was a sad one for fans as well as for the band that had become family. But when your Savior has called you to write and sing about Him, things like retirement aren't necessarily endings. For Martin Smith, the man who wrote some of the church’s most-loved songs - like "I Could Sing of Your Love Forever," "Shout to the North" and "Did You Feel The Mountains Tremble?" - the ending of Delirious was just a new beginning as a solo artist in disguise.
His solo career kicked off in 2012 with an EP - God's Great Dance Floor Movement One. Over the course of the year, Movements Two, Three and Four emerged as follow-up EPs. In 2013, his first full-length project, God's Great Dance Floor Step 01 came out and it was followed later that same year with God's Great Dance Floor Step 02.
It it that album that Smith will be taking out for a December road trip in the United Kingdom this winter.
December 1 - London - Bush Hall
December 2 - Woverhampton - The Robin 2
December 3 - Bristol - The Fleece
December 4 - Exeter - The Cavern
December 5 - Tunbrdige Wells - The Forum
December 6 - Brighton - Coalition
December 7 - Southampton - The Brook
December 9 - Ipswich - St. Peter's by the Waterfront
December 10 - Manchester - Night 'N' Day Cafe
December 11 - York - Fibbers