Black Peaks Announce UK Headline Tour

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Brighton’s progressive rockers Black Peaks have announced a 2019 UK headline tour taking place throughout February.

Black Peaks release their second album, in October, entitled All That Divides (released via Rise Records/BMG) it was meant with a great deal of critical acclaim.

Upset Magazine’s crowned the album their Album Of The Year and All That Divides also made the best album lists with, among others, The Independent and Metal Hammer.

The Black Peaks will be taking from Bristol’s new wave grunge creators Phoxjaw on all dates except the Reading University Student Union show. the Black Peaks headline tour will follow on directly from their month long support tour with Enter Shikari as follows:

UK 2019 tour with Enter Shikari
Friday January 11 UK Nottingham Rock City
Saturday January 12 UK London Brixton Academy
Sunday January 13 UK Leicester 02 Academy
Tuesday January 15 Wales Llandudno Venue Cymru
Wednesday-January 16 UK Liverpool 02 Academy
Friday January 18 UK Bristol 02 Academy
Saturday January 19 UK Southend Cliffs Pavillion
Sunday January 20 UK Norwich UEA
Wednesday January 23 UK Glasgow Barrowlands
Thursday January 24 UK Aberdeen Beach Ballroom
Friday January 25 UK Inverness Ironworks
Saturday January 26 UK Preston Guildhall
Monday January 28 UK Northampton Roadmender
Tuesday January 29 UK Southampton Guildhall
Wednesday January 30 UK Cambridge Corn Exchange
Friday February 1 UK Birmingham 02 Academy
Saturday February 2 UK Leeds 02 Academy
Sunday February 3 UK Manchester Academy
Monday February 4 UK Newcastle 02 Academy

Black Peaks 2019 Feb UK headline dates (with support from Phoxjaw)
Monday January 21 Reading University Student Union, Reading
Thursday February 7 Sugarmill, Stoke On Trent
Friday February 8 Hobos, Bridgend
February 9 Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
February 10 Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
February 12 The Parish, Huddersfield
February 15 Engine Shed, Lincoln

Headline tour tickets on sale this Friday 7th December 2018 from the usual online retailers including See Tickets.

Be aware of all Black Peaks news, shows and releases by visiting their official website, Facebook page or follow them on Twitter from where they tweet as @blackpeaks.

Katie started work on local and BBC radio covering local music events and news as a young teenager; becoming immediately hooked on gig going. As well as writing for a number of publications in the UK Katie has also spent a decade working in Japan reporting on visiting bands and musical festivals. Flick Of The Finger's perpetually awkward veggie music junkie can be found on Twitter where she tweets as @tokyo_katie and Instagram as @tokyo_katie_captures where her feed is devoted to captures from shows past and present.

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