Julian Cope presents Head Heritage

Julian Cope will be playing the Village Underground in London on January 29th 2015CE:

Julian will be in conversation and reading from his debut novel One Three One:

Edinburgh International Book Festival Friday 15th August 

Dublin Electric Picnic Sunday 31st August 

Portmerion Festival No. 6 Friday 5th September 

Liverpool Unity Theatre Monday 15th September (Tickets via Liverpool Waterstones or call 0151 709 9820)


Julian will be playing four solo shows this Autumn. 

Thursday October 16th
EXETER - Phoenix
Tel: 01392 667 080

Sunday October 19th
PORTSMOUTH – Wedgewood Rooms
Tel: 023 9286 3911

Saturday October 25th
HEBDEN BRIDGE – The Trades Club

Saturday November 1st 
BUCKLEY – The Tivoli


Faber & Faber will be launching Julian's debut novel on Monday June 23rd 2014 at The Tabernacle, Notting Hill, London. 

Julian will be reading from One Three One, signing books, and in conversation with Andrew Weatherall.  

There will also be DJ sets from Holy McGrail, spinning music from various bands that appear in the novel: Spackhouse Tottu, Nurse With Mound and Neon Sardinia included. 

The Tabernacle, 35 Powis Square, Off Portobello Road,
Notting Hill, London, W11 2AY
Monday June 23 2014
Doors open at 7pm, event starts at 7.30pm
Tickets cost £10 in advance

Tickets & Information

Julian will be at Portmeirion's Festival No. 6 on September 5th 2014, reading from his debut novel One Three One. 


Julian will be performing at the Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona on Thursday 29th May 2014. 

Primavera Sound
Parc del Fòrum
Rambla Prim 2-4
08019 Barcelona

Tickets and Info:


Due to circumstances beyond his control, it is with regret that Julian has had to cancel his performance at the Out to Lunch Festival, Belfast on 16th January 2014. 


Julian's new album, Revolutionary Suicide, is now available on the Merchandiser. 

The download-only companion E.P., RAVE-O-LUTION, is also available now!

It's with real regret that due to the recent hike in Royal Mail charges, we at Head Heritage are forced to announce our first postage & packing price increase since 1997CE.

Down the years, we've always subsumed Royal Mail's price increases into our own costs, but the new charges made effective from April 2013 have impelled us at last to adjust our prices. Although our P&P rates will remain considerably lower than the actual costs we pay, this is still a disappointing extra charge to add to our customers.

Julian will be at the Green Man Festival on Friday 16th August 2013, discussing the themes and rites contained in his seminal and shamanic text Copendium: An Expedition Into The Rock ‘n’ Roll Underworld.

Tickets: www.greenman.net/tickets