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NEWS: The Howl and the Hum

 THE HOWL & THE HUM 

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“A driving, intense performance, the vocals recalls Thom Yorke while hurtling head-long into fresh ground.”

CLASH MAGAZINE

“Brimming with cautionary one liners, seductive riffs and stylish synth beats, from the offset, the album unravels in beautiful glimmers of vulnerability, loneliness and nostalgia”
THE LINE OF BEST FIT

“...undeniable hypnotic allure and a sound that can make you feel nostalgic for a life you haven’t lived...

ATWOOD MAGAZINE 

York’s long standing independent promoters Please Please You, independent York grassroots venue The Crescent and legendary Leeds venue and promoters The Brudenell are teaming up with The Chapter Of York to bring you a one-off live performance with alternative rock outfit The Howl & The Hum. The show will be taking place at York Minster on 25th May at 20:15 (GMT) and will be live streamed via ticket.co.

Depending on COVID-19 restrictions at the time, there may be a very limited socially distanced audience able to attend the show, updates on this will be delivered exclusively via the band’s mailing list.

LIVESTREAM TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE HERE


NEWS:Holly Humberstone Live Performance

 HOLLY HUMBERSTONE 

PERFORMS ‘FALLING ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL’ ON 

THE LATE LATE SHOW WITH JAMES CORDEN 


See below for performance.


I don't know about you but I have been listening to Holly Humberstone's captivating 'Falling Asleep At The Wheel' EP a *lot* recently. 


Holly Humberstone appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden on CBS last night, delivering a poignant and intimate performance of her song ‘Falling Asleep At The Wheel'.   


During the interview, Holly was asked about the rumour that she was working with The 1975's Matt Healy, and confirmed a new track called "Please Don’t Leave Just Yet" will be on her next EP.



 

Holly’s accolades are far-reaching for an artist so young. The Grantham-based singer-songwriter has been featured in VEVO’s DSCVR At Home series, performed on Jimmy Kimmel! Live and been hand-picked to perform at BBC’s Music’s Introducing Live from the BBC Radio Theatre, gaining a reputation for extraordinary, intimate live performances during lockdown. Holly has also received international critical praise from the likes of The New York Times, The Guardian, NME, Billboard, Beats 1, Radio 1, KCRW, Triple j, and Rolling Stone

 

Late last year, Holly even scripted and starred in ‘On The Run’, a 15-minute film that takes viewers through the visual and sonic journey of Falling Asleep At The Wheel. Shot in a few takes in a paper mill near her hometown of Grantham, the piece documents the story of Holly’s debut EP and the significant imprint that her home has left across her music and videos. 

 

Although her story might have just begun, Holly Humberstone’s unstoppable rise of success will make you want to have been there since the start.

 

Photo Credit: Jordan Curtis Hughes


I'm hoping to see Holly perform live in the summer. Will you be going to any shows? I love Omeara as a venue so it would be great to see her there.


Holly has also announced a run of tour dates for 2021, including four sold out Omeara headline shows, rescheduled to commence on 6th June, as well as performing in Cardiff, Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester and Nottingham. See below for official tour dates and tickets available here.

 

UK TOUR DATES

 

28 May 2021 Club Ifor Bach Cardiff

01 June 2021 King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut Glasgow

02 June 2021 Brudenell Social Club Leeds

03 June 2021 YES (Pink Room) Manchester

04 June 2021 Rescue Rooms Nottingham

06 June 2021 Omeara London *rescheduled Sold Out

08 June 2021 Omeara London *rescheduled Sold Out

09 June 2021 Omeara London *rescheduled Sold Out

10 June 2021 Omeara London Sold Out 



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NEWS: Tom Grennan Announces UK Tour

 TOM GRENNAN ANNOUNCES UK HEADLINE TOUR FOR SEPTEMBER 2021


INCLUDES BIGGEST HEADLINE SHOW TO DATE AT ALEXANDRA PALACE

PRE-SALE MARCH 3RD / GENERAL SALE MARCH 12TH


 NEW ALBUM ‘EVERING ROAD’ DUE MARCH 12TH VIA INSANITY RECORDS
PRE-ORDER HERE 





Where will you be in September? If things go to plan, I will be at Ally Pally (which I've never been to before) to see Tom Grennan's live show.


He has announced UK headline tour dates from September through to October 2021. Which show are you going to?


Tickets will be available for pre-sale from March 3rd (note the date in your diary!) with first access to tickets to all fans who pre-order new album Evering Road from Tom’s official store, and on general sale March 12th. The tour will include Tom’s biggest ever UK headline show to date at London’s Alexandra Palace - a landmark gig at the iconic 10,000 capacity venue.


Tom performed on The Graham Norton Show with Ella Henderson last week for their new single 'Let's Go Home Together' which is currently climbing the UK Charts. The track is a new addition to Tom’s highly anticipated second album, ‘Evering Road’, due for release 12th March via Insanity Records and already tipped as "Grennan's return could be his first No.1." by the Guardian, “one of the country's bright young musical talents" by British GQ, and “the ultimate Gen Z rock star” by The Sun.


Earlier this month saw Tom’s virtual interactive gig receive overwhelming demand as he debuted new music from ‘Evering Road’, with 27,000 fans rushing to join the live stream.


October 2020 saw a full circle moment as Tom headlined London’s O2 Academy Brixton for a second time, with a virtual gig live-streamed in 360 described as “authentic magic” by The Telegraph and “major league pop music" by Dork Magazine.


Named after the East London address Tom shared with his then-partner, ‘Evering Road’ is a hub of love, heartbreak and redemption. A bold and exciting new chapter shot through with raw emotion and searing honesty. The album is set to include single ‘Little Bit Of Love’, - which I am obsessed with -currently on the BBC Radio 1, 2 and Radio X playlists, ‘This Is The Place’, described as “epic” by the NME, the soulful ‘Oh Please’, gospel-tinged ‘Amen’ and new anthem for hope and optimism, ‘Something Better’.


‘Evering Road’ marks the anticipated follow up to ‘Lighting Matches’, Tom’s breakthrough album that cemented him as one of the UK’s most vital and exciting new artists, and one of the Top Ten best-selling debuts of 2018. A Top Five UK Gold-certified record, ‘Lighting Matches’ has amassed over a quarter of a billion streams, seen sold out headline shows at The Royal Albert Hall, O2 Academy Brixton and won over thousands of fans at festivals including Reading & Leeds, Isle Of Wight, TRNSMT, Latitude and a host of other events. 


I know I can't wait for the 'Evering Road' album so this tour news is excellent! Very exciting!



TOM GRENNAN 2021 LIVE DATES

 

15th Sep Glasgow, O2 Academy

16th Sep Edinburgh, Corn Exchange

17th Sep Leeds, O2 Academy

19th Sep Sheffield, O2 Academy

20th Sep Oxford, O2 Academy

22nd Sep Birmingham, O2 Academy 

23rd Sep Manchester, O2 Apollo

24th Sep Nottingham, Rock City

26th Sep Liverpool, Mountford Hall

27th Sep Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, O2 Academy

29th Sep Hull, Bonus Arena

30th Sep London, Alexandra Palace

2nd Oct Bournemouth, O2 Academy

3rd Oct Norwich, University of East Anglia

5th Oct Bath, Forum

6th Oct Bristol, O2 Academy