Fresh faced Chelmsford 4 piece HEY VANITY are pleased to announce the release date for their brand new mini-album 'Blindfolds', on April 21st through Small Town Records (Spycatcher, Palm Reader). The band also released a track from 'Blindfolds' in December as a free download, 'Keep your Shoulders Cold' is still available from the below links. Brand new single 'Some May Say' will be released on digital format only on 3rd March 2014.
HEY VANITY will be touring the UK with Straight Lines throughout March 2014, and can now also be announced as support to The Swellers through April 2014. The band have ALSO just been confirmed for Radstock Festival 2014 taking place in March at the O2 Academy Liverpool and O2 Academy Newcastle alongside Funeral For A Friend, Kids In Glass Houses, Yashin and many more.
Further UK tour dates, support and headline, to be announced in the coming weeks.
All announced and confirmed UK Tour Dates:
3.3 - Black Heart, London w/ Straight Lines
4.3 - Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes w/ Straight Lines
5.3 - Hare & Hounds, Birmingham w/ Straight Lines
6.3 - King Tuts, Glasgow w/ Straight Lines
7.3 - Red Rooms, Nottingham w/ Straight Lines
8.3 - Sound Control, Manchester w/ Straight Lines
9.3 - Solus 2, Cardiff w/ Straight Lines
29th March - O2 Academy Liverpool - Radstock Festival 2014
30th March - O2 Academy Newcastle - Radstock Festival 2014
UK tour, supporting The Swellers:
28th April - The Cockpit, Leeds / 29th April - Audio, Glasgow
30th April - The Cluny, Newcastle / 1st May - Rock City, Nottingham
2nd May - Epic Studios, Norwich / 3rd May - Sound Control, Manchester
5th May - The Hope, Brighton / 6th May - Joiners, Southampton
7th May - The Fleece, Bristol / 8th May - University, Hatfield
9th May - The Fighting Cocks, Kingston / 10th May - Borderline, London
A BIT ABOUT HEY VANITY - Formed in the summer of 2013 and already signed to UK independent label Small Town Records, the boys have achieved a huge amount in a very small space of time. Their first tour was supporting UK rock breakthrough sensations Don Broco and Mallory Knox in February and March, before releasing their debut EP 'Breathe, Bleed, Grow' which was critically acclaimed by Kerrang, Rock Sound and Big Cheese magazines. Their debut single 'Breath Bleed Grow' gained strong support from Scuzz and Kerrang TV, XFM and Kerrang Radio, followed by further live dates with Burn The Fleet and an appearance at Takedown Festival.
HEY VANITY are:
Marc Halls - Guitar & Vocals
Will Phillipson - Guitar
Ash Clarke - Drums
Dave Ruffle - Bass
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