Though Danny Worsnop's return to Asking Alexandria has been widely viewed as a success, the singer has also maintained his desire to pursue his other projects as well. With the bulk of Asking Alexandria's touring winding down for the year, Worsnop is turning his attention back to his solo work, booking a late year tour of the U.S.

Starting Oct. 26 in Greenville, S.C., the singer will play a series of scattered dates in October, November and December that will provide a mix of older songs, some new tracks and a number of acoustic versions of tracks from the Asking Alexandria catalog.

Meanwhile, with new dates on the horizon, Worsnop has a new song to promote as well. The track is a tender piano ballad titled "Angels," and the singer has made the video for the song a clip centering on his relationship with his fiancee. Back in August, Worsnop got down on one knee and proposed to Victoria Potter at one of the band's performances. That footage is seen toward the end of the clip.

"Angels" will be featured on Worsnop's Shades of Blue album and the song will be available digitally starting this Wednesday (Oct. 17)

Danny Worsnop Solo Tour Dates

Oct. 26 - Greenville, S.C. @ Radio Room
Oct. 27 - Atlanta, Ga. @ The Drunken Unicorn
Oct. 28 - Charlotte, N.C. @ The Rabbit Hole
Nov. 11 - Amityville, N.Y. @ Revolution Bar & Music Hall
Nov. 16 - New Baltimore, Mich. @ Diesel Concert Lounge
Nov. 18 - Chicago, Ill. @ Bottom Lounge
Nov. 23 - Montreal, Quebec @ Petit Campus
Nov. 24 - Toronto, Ontario @ The Rockpile
Nov. 25 - Quebec City, Quebec @ L'Anti Bar & Spectacles
Dec. 15 - Katy, Texas @ The Wildcatter Saloon

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