Deaf Havana

Deaf Havana


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DEAF HAVANA

UK & IRELAND TOUR 2019

RITUALS - album out now


DIY-  “a bright and bombastic record that harbours a darker underbelly”

Independent i– “huge choruses ready-made for Radio 1"

Dork "They’ve never sounded more alive"

Kerrang–“ Rituals is a bold, yet auspicious step forward

Rock Sound- "a surprising, enjoyable new chapter"

 

As only one of a handful of British guitar bands to achieve a top 10 album in 2018 with their fifth studio album Rituals,UK 5-pieceDeaf Havanacan today announce a full European headline tour for 2019. The UK & Irish leg of the tour will kick off in Cardiff on March 15thand finishes in Dublin on March 31st.

 

James (Veck-Gilodi, vocals) says: ‘We are all so excited to get back on the road as it will be over two years since we did our own headline run in the UK, and even longer since we played in Belfast and Dublin, can’t wait to see you all again! It will be the first time touring Rituals as an album so will be great to play a lot of new songs from the record that we haven’t played before. Mainly, I've just been itching to get back on the road in recent years, as I’ve really started to enjoy touring and finally feel at home being a frontman after years of struggling with it. Cannot wait to see everyone at the shows in March and I cannot thank everyone enough for continuing to support our band, it’s the only thing that has kept us going for this long.

 

All tickets are on sale now and cost £18.50, except Dublin tickets which are €19.50, and Belfast tickets which are £17.50.

 

Full UK & Ireland dates are as follows:

 

Date            City                      Venue         Ticketlink     

March

Fri 15       Cardiff  Great Hall    

https://myticket.co.uk/artists/deaf-havana  

Sat 16       Portsmouth  Pyramids    

 https://myticket.co.uk/artists/deaf-havana  

Sun 17      Bristol         O2 Academy

https://myticket.co.uk/artists/deaf-havana  

Tue 19       Nottingham  Rock City     

https://myticket.co.uk/artists/deaf-havana  

Wed 20       Hull   The Welly    

https://myticket.co.uk/artists/deaf-havana 

Thu 21        Glasgow       SWG3          

https://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/artist/1632253

Fri 22          Aberdeen     Unit 51        

https://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/artist/1632254

Sun 24        Middlesborough Empire    

https://myticket.co.uk/artists/deaf-havana

Mon 25        Manchester  Albert Hall    

https://myticket.co.uk/artists/deaf-havana

Wed 27       Sheffield      Leadmill      

https://myticket.co.uk/artists/deaf-havana

Thu 28        BirminghamO2 Academy

https://myticket.co.uk/artists/deaf-havana

Sat 30         Belfast                  Limelight    

https://www.ticketmaster.ie/venueartist/461484/1632253

Sun 31        Dublin                  Green Room 

https://www.ticketmaster.ie/venueartist/197714/1632253

 

Deaf Havana play London’s O2 Academy Brixton on December 7th.  This is  the band’s only UK headline show for the rest of 2018, and follows their festival exclusive performance on the Radio 1 stage at Reading & Leeds festivals in August, where they were billed second from the top.

 

A handful of tickets for Brixton are still available, support comes from iDKHOW and Stereo Honey:

 

Date            Venue                           City             Ticket Price/Link

Friday Dec 7O2 Academy Brixton        London        £20 / www.myticket.co.uk

 

A recurring theme on the album is one of struggle and redemption.  Feeling secure of his place in the world for the first time in his life, James’ lyrics cover the themes of disconnect, wrestling with the self and letting go of personal demons. The music is in turn introspective and joyous, with help from the London Contemporary Voices choir, who feature on 5 of the album tracks, including first single Sinner.  Deaf Havana performed with the choir at Reading & Leeds festival, as well as at their only other UK show in 2018, when they played an intimate show at London’s Union Chapel for the War Child charity as part of the BRIT awards gigs.  

 

Check out the video for Worship here: https://youtu.be/0ZxKOC2K-VM

 

 

For further information please visit DeafHavana.com