Circuit Sweet Introducing, News

Introducing… Demob Happy – Full UK tour announced for October

July 25, 2014

de

Introducing…
Demob Happy
Full UK tour announced for October
New track ‘Suffer You’ streaming now on SoundCloud

Demob Happy are Brighton’s finest new purveyors of impulsive, off-kilter, garage rock. Following their NME approved new track ‘Suffer You’, the four-piece today announce a full UK tour for October 2014.

Demob Happy constantly push themselves outside of their genre to create a spontaneous clatter of fresh and exciting sounds, as evidenced in their new track ‘Suffer You’,

The Newcastle born quartet’s general outlook is all long hair and effortlessness. Though their music may take in elements of great guitar sounds from the past – from 60s psychedelia and MC5-style chaos, through to 90s grunge and stoner-rock, Demob Happy don’t care what year it is.

The band’s name derives from ‘demobilisation happy’, or the sense of overjoy felt when you leave behind something you were sick of doing. Declaring themselves devoid of institution straight from the off, Demob Happy defined Brighton’s The Great Escape festival before they were even asked to play it, playing gigs all over town straight out the back of their van.

Demob Happy are Matthew Marcantonio (bass & vocals), Mathew Renforth (guitar & backing vocals), Adam Godfrey (guitar & backing vocals), Thomas Armstrong (drums & backing vocals).

October UK Tour
1st Bristol – Stag and Hounds
2nd Birmingham – Sunflower Lounge
3rd Crewe – The Box
4th Preston – The Ferret
5th Manchester – Eagle Inn
6th York – The Duchess
7th Hull – The Adelphi
8th Sheffield – Southsea Live
9th Guildford – The Boileroom
10th Maidstone – The Rafters
15th London – Birthdays
17th Brighton – Bleach

“…grunge-kissed riffs that evoke a dirtier first-album-era Kings Of Leon.” – NME

“This new Brighton band pack one hell of a punch on their thrashing new track.” – DIY

facebook.com/demobhappy | demob-happy.com | soundcloud.com/demob-happy

You Might Also Like

No Comments

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.