Everyone's favourite Howling Bells track finally gets released: "Low Happening" is the all-conquering classic on which everyone can agree. it's catchy, it's addictive. quite simply, it ROCKS!!!
2006 was hugely successful for Howling Bells. Their self-titled debut was released in May to huge critical acclaim and has gone on to sell over 25,000 copies as well as figuring highly in the end-of-year lists. The band acquired many celebrity fans, supporting both The Killers and Placebo, and as gained a loyal live following from their regular touring. With the release of Low Happening, this is the moment when Howling Bells make the switch from being a cool, up'n'coming buzz band to being fully-fledged rock superstars!
Having established a reputation as a fantastic live act during 2006, Howling Bells will be headlining an NME Awards show at KOKO before embarking on a huge tour of the UK and Ireland. Upcoming tour dates below:
Saturday 24 February BRIGHTON Concorde
Sunday 25 February LONDON KOKO (NME Awards show)
Tuesday 27 February PORTSMOUTH Wedgewood Rooms
Wednesday 28 February BRISTOL Fleece
Thursday 1 March NORWICH Waterfront
Friday 2 March STOKE Sugarmill
Sunday 4 March NOTTINGHAM Rescue Rooms
Monday 5 March READING Fez Club
Tuesday 6 March BIRMINGHAM Academy
Wednesday 7 March LEEDS Cockpit
Thursday 8 March MANCHESTER Academy
Saturday 10 March NEWCASTLE Academy
Sunday 11 March GLASGOW Classic Grand
Monday 12 March ABERDEEN Kef
Tuesday 13 March INVERNESS Raigmore
Wednesday 14 March EDINBURGH Cabaret Voltaire
Friday 16 March BELFAST Limelight
Saturday 17 March LIMERICK Dolans
Sunday 18 March GALWAY Roisin Dubh
Monday 19 March CORK Cyprus Avenue
Tuesday 20 March DUBLIN Whelans
Thursday 22 March CARDIFF The Point
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