Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Deaf Havana, coming to a stage near you

Deaf Havana, coming to a stage near you.. possibly.

Norfolk six-piece Deaf Havana have unveiled a festive treat for fans this week with the announcement of a December tour. The band, who recently hit the stages of Reading and Leeds Festival will be looking to bring 2014 to a end with a cluster of live dates. Since the release of their first studio album in 2009, the band have had changes to their original line-up, prompting a re-shuffle in musical style and direction, but remained popular throughout the transition.

With an ever-growing fan base they have kept things interesting along the way, particularly with the release of the deluxe edition of their album ‘Fools and Worthless Liars.’ Deaf Havana have shown that they are willing to experiment with a range of mellow acoustic songs and high energy punchy anthems. To date they have displayed musical diversity across three studio albums, but are still a band that have remained unmistakeably signature. For those who haven’t caught them before, this mini tour may just be the chance. In relation to the recent announcement, the band posted on their Facebook page:

In case you missed our announcement yesterday, we’re going to be travelling to Bournemouth, Falmouth, Exeter, Coventry, Blackburn, Middlesborough, Lincoln with @lonelythebrave. We thought it would be a good opportunity to visit parts of the country that rarely get visits by us.

14: BOURNEMOUTH, o2 Academy
15: FALMOUTH, Princess Pavilions
16: EXETER, Lemon Grove
17: COVENTRY, Kasbah
18: BLACKBURN, King George’s Hall
20: LINCOLN, Engine Shed

Sam Rohde
University of Portsmouth graduate, wannabe rockstar and punk rock enthusiast. I come from a small town in West London and like hanging out in London, especially places with a bit of quirk and character. I enjoy catching gigs - anything from an arena headliner, to a small intimate show or acoustic set. I am a busy and creative person and love to be out and about and meet new people.

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