Eastbourne based pop punk clan ROAM have just announced their debut UK headline tour for July 2014, with support for all dates from Birmingham based Light You Up, and long time fellow south coast pals As It Is.
The tour rounds off a whirlwind eight months for the band, which has seem them grow to a new level following 2013's 'Head Down' EP (now in its second vinyl pressing); enabling them to support bands such as Enter Shikari, Neck Deep, Tonight Alive, Man Overboard, The Wonder Years, Real Friends, State Champs, New Politics + many more across the UK and Europe.
The tour looks set to be the last measure of fresh air for the 20 year old lads for quite some time as August is chalked off to hole away and record new material for the as-yet-untitled forthcoming EP with Seb Barlow (Neck Deep) and Drew Lawson (Bring Me The Horizon, Me Vs Hero, While She Sleeps). The EP is pencilled for a late 2014 release.
11th June - Old Blue Last, London - w/ New Politics (SOLD OUT)
26th June - The Forum, Hatfield - w/ Enter Shikari (SOLD OUT)
10th July - Bermuda Triangle, Brighton
11th July - The Joiners, Southampton
12th July - Cockpit 3, Leeds
13th July - Classic Grand, Glasgow
14th July - East Arts Village Club - Loft, Liverpool
15th July - The Flapper, Birmingham
16th July - Undertone, Cardiff
17th July - Hobgoblin, Bath
18th July - The Garage (Upstairs), London
19th July - Redroom, Nottingham
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