As one of the Belgium's finest musical prospects, there's a lot of buzz building around the Brussels based five-piece Now, Voyager. Hot on the heels of their European tour, they are back with the music video for their scorching new single, "The Long Lane", to prove that they are a band most certainly worth all the hype.
Released on London label Destroy Everything, "The Long Lane", is the third and final single taken from 2013's critically acclaimed Tell-Tale Hearts EP. The video (directed by Ian Collins) illustrates the progressive sound and great musical dexterity these boys have at their fingertips, but also acts as a premonition of the greatness still to come.
On the back of the video drop, Now, Voyager set sail later this year to bring their impressive live show to UK audiences. Embarking on a short run with Birmingham's alt-metalheads Aurora in late May, followed by a slew of dates supporting Reading punks Golden Tanks in July, there's no excuse not to come out and see what these promising young bucks have got to offer.
28th May - The Black Dog, Crawley
29th May - The Met, Peterborough
30th May - The Underground, Stoke
31st May - The Crown, Middelsborough
1st June - Edge of the Wedge, Portsmouth
July w/Golden Tanks
7th July - Glasgow, Audio
8th July - Newcastle, Think Tank
9th July - Basingstoke, Sanctuary
10th July - London, Black Heart
11th July - Tunbridge Wells, Forum
12th July - Knee Deep All Dayer, Northampton
13th July - Guildford, Boileroom
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