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BROKEN HANDS ANNOUNCE DECEMBER HEADLINE TOUR

October 25, 2018

BROKEN HANDS ANNOUNCE DECEMBER HEADLINE TOUR

 

Canterbury rockers, Broken Hands, have today announced they will be embarking on a UK headline tour this December. The dates kick off in Glasgow at The Garage (The Attic) on December 1st and spans four dates across the country before culminating with a show at London’s Boston Music Room on December 6th. Full tour dates below.

This news comes off the back of the band announcing that they had signed with Atlantic Records and releasing two new tracks, “Friends House” and “Split In Two,” both of which are accompanied by fantastic performance videos. Produced by Julian Emery [Nothing But Thieves, Lower Than Atlantis] and mixed by Tom Dalgety [Royal Blood, Pixies, Ghost], “Friends House” and “Split In Two” are also available now at all online retailers, here. The two new tracks mark the first new music from Broken Hands since the release of their acclaimed 2015 full-length debut, Turbulence.

Comprised of brothers Dale [lead vocals] and Callum Norton [drums, backing vocals], Jamie Darby [lead guitar], Thomas Ford [bass], and David Hardstone [rhythm guitar, keys], Broken Hands have been finishing work on their Atlantic Records debut LP expected for release in 2019.

Having shared stages with everyone from Blur and The Kills to Black Sabbath and the Rolling Stones, Broken Hands will also be joining Band of Skulls for a pair of U.K. shows this November (see itinerary below).  For tickets and more information visit www.brokenhandsband.com.

 

BROKEN HANDS

ON TOUR 2018

SUPPORTING BAND OF SKULLS

7/11 – London, UK – Scala

8/11 – Manchester, UK – Gorilla

 

HEADLINE SHOWS

1/12 – Glasgow, The Garage (The Attic)

2/12 – Birmingham, Hare & Hounds

3/12 – Manchester, Eagle

6/12 – London, Boston Music Room

 

BROKEN HANDS

“FRIENDS HOUSE” / “SPLIT IN TWO”

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