Loveable Rogues have announced the title of their debut single 'What a Night', set for release on the 21st April on Syco Music. The announcement comes as the band prepares to set-off with Olly Murs as the special guests on his UK-wide arena tour. Loveable Rogues are Eddie Brett, Sonny Jay and Té-qhairo Eugene.
The cheeky upbeat party anthem kicks-off with a ukulele riff which sets the tone for the ska-infused pop song. Their fresh sound has indie influences, a dash of pop and an abundance of Loveable Rogues wit and charisma. The accompanying video, which will be live on Vevo the week of 18th February, perfectly narrates the story of a gate-crashed houseparty, taken over by the Loveable Rogues and hundreds of their friends, tearing and partying their way through a stuffy mansion.
The buoyant, infectious song is a 3-minute taster of the direction in which the boys are heading for their debut album. After reaching the final of Britain's Got Talent last year, the band have spent the past six months writing and recording the album.
On being the special guests for the Olly Murs tour Eddie said 'It's crazy to think that this time last year we were playing pubs and clubs up and down the country and now we're joining Olly on tour, playing the biggest arenas in the country'. Sonny added 'We really can't wait to get out there and perform this new music to fans up and down the country'.
Olly Murs Arena Support Dates:
Tues 26th Feb Newcastle Arena
Weds 27th Feb Nottingham Arena
Fri 1st Mar Sheffield Arena
Sat 2nd Mar Sheffield Arena
Sun 3rd Mar Nottingham Arena
Tues 5th Mar Brighton Centre
Weds 6th Mar Brighton Centre
Fri 8th Mar Bournemouth Intl Centre
Sat 9th Mar Bournemouth Intl Centre
Sun 10th Mar London Wembley
Tues 12th Mar Birmingham LG Arena
Wed 13th Mar Liverpool Echo Arena
Fri 15th Mar Glasgow SECC
Sat 16th Mar Glasgow SECC
Mon 18th Mar Aberdeen ECC
Wed 20th Mar Birmingham LG Arena
Thurs 21st Mar Manchester Arena
Fri 22nd Mar Manchester Arena
Sat 23rd Mar Newcastle Arena
Mon 25th Mar Cardiff Arena
Tues 26th Mar Cardiff Arena
Wed 27th Mar Liverpool Echo Arena
Fri 29th Mar London O2
Sat 30th Mar London 02
Wed 3rd Apr Belfast Odyssey
Thurs 4th Apr Belfast Odyssey
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