ROAM release new track with lyric video -Announced on Glamour Kills US Tour‏

January 9, 2015


ROAM stream new track ‘Over Your Head’ with accompanying lyric video
Announced to play the Glamour Kills US Tour in Feb/March/April
‘Viewpoint’ EP set for release on 26th January – Giants added to bill for trio of UK EP release shows this month
(Hopeless Records)


Following a fantastic year which was rounded off by being named in the Top 5 Best British Newcomers in Rock Sound’s Readers’ Poll 2014, ROAM have released a second track from their forthcoming ‘Viewpoint’ EP, which is set for release via Hopeless Records on 26th January. The track comes in the form of a lyric video which documents some of the band’s recent adventures.

Guitarist / Vocalist Alex Adams says:

“We were keen to release another song off ‘Viewpoint,’ so we thought we’d compile footage together of all the stuff we’ve done in the past year on the road and in the studio and make it into a video. 

‘Over Your Head’ is really about the mindset where you feel like you have nothing, or your problems have got the best of you and it puts you into a kind of self destructive loop. It’s about seeing past that because a lot of the time everything gets blown way out of proportion.”

The Eastbourne based pop-punk clan have also been announced on their first US Tour as part of the Glamour Kills package, which kicks off at the end of February and runs through March into April. They’ll be joining Set It Off, Against The Current & As It Is on the bill. More info can be found at Before ROAM head out to the US, there’ll be a clutch of UK headline dates around the EP release, featuring support from Trash Boat and the newly added Giants. Plus the band will be supporting Man Overboard on their April / May UK Tour.

Music video for single ‘Warning Sign’
EP Pre-orders:  #

UK headline dates in Jan:
26.01 – Brighton, UK @ Audio
27.01 – Liverpool, UK @ Studio 2
28.01 – London, UK @ Barfly

US Glamour Kills Tour in Feb/March/April:
2/27 St. Petersburg, FL – State Theatre
2/28 Orlando, FL- Backbooth
3/1 Jacksonville, FL- Murray Hill Theatre
3/2 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
3/4 Nashville, TN – Rockettown
3/5 Lawrence, KS-  The Granada
3/7 Denver, CO – Marquis Theatre
3/8 Salt Lake City, UT – The Loading Dock
3/10 Seattle, WA – El Corazon
3/11 Portland, OR – The Alhambra Theatre
3/13 Orangevale, CA- The Boardwalk
3/14 San diego, CA- The Epicentre
3/15 Santa Ana, CA – Constellation Room
3/17 Scottsdale, AZ- Pub Rock
3/20 Grand Prairie, TX- South By So What Festival
3/21 Mission, TZ-  Nevery Say Festival
3/22 San Antonio, TX – The Korva
3/24 St. Louis, MO – The Firebird
3/26 St. Paul, MN – Amsterdam Bar &Hall
3/27 Chicago, IL – The Bottom Lounge
3/28 Pontiac, MI – The Crofoot
3/29 Lakewood, OH- Mahalls
3/31 Pittsburgh, PA- Altar Bar
4/1 Philadelphia, PA- Underground Arts
4/2 New York, NY – Marlin room at Webster Hall
4/3 Freehold, NJ – GameChangerWorld
4/4 Allston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
4/6 Balitmore, MD – Metro Gallery
4/7 Vienna, VA – Jammin Java
4/8 Greensboro, NC – Greene Street

UK Tour w/ Man Overboard in April/May:
24.04 – London, UK @ Islington Academy
25.04 – Cardiff, UK @ Clwb Ifor Bach
26.04 – Bristol, UK @ Exchange
28.04 – Leicester, UK @ Scholar Bar
29.04 – Wolverhampton, UK @ Slade Rooms
30.04 – Newcastle, UK @ Think Tank
01.05 – Glasgow, UK @ Audio
02.05 – Manchester, UK @ Soundcontrol. (Pinky Swear Fest)
03.05 – Liverpool, UK @ Fury Fest
04.05 – Leeds, UK @ The Key Club.
05.05 – Belfast, UK @ Sub Bar
06.05 – Dublin, IR @ Fibber Magees


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