Black Peaks Album Release and Tour Dates

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Black Peaks release their huge new, 2nd album ‘All That Divides’, today, Friday 5th October through Rise Records / BMG

Band will play a SOLD OUT release show this evening at The Omera in London, then will spend a week at record store signings and live shows accross the country (Brighton, Kingston, Sheffield, Notts and Leeds)

Full UK and European headline tour starts in Ireland on Oct 11th in Belfast, SOLD OUT London show at The Underworld on Oct 19th, European dates start in Paris on Oct 23rd and end in Spain on Nov 4th

‘All That Divides’ is the follow up to the 2016 debut album ‘Statues’, which was universally acclaimed, saw the band play-listed on Radio 1 with ‘Saviour’ and tour across UK and Europe with the likes of Deftones (main support at Wembley Arena),  Architects, Mastodon, System of a Down, Prophets of Rage and Dillinger Escape Plan.

More recently the band have toured the UK with Marmozets, Europe with A Perfect Circle, played festivals like 2000trees, ArcTanGent and Reading and Leeds, had a Radio 1 Huw Stevens and Rock Show single of the week (‘Can’t Sleep’), and recorded an Annie Mac live session in August, which included a very special cover of the Billie Ellish track ‘You Should See Me In  Crown’.

Black Peaks Tour Dates
OCTOBER
 
Fri 05 London Omeara
Sat 06 Brighton Resident | INSTORE
Sun 07 Kingston Fighting Cocks
Mon 08 Sheffield Record Junkee | INSTORE
Tue 09 Nottingham Rough Trade | INSTORE
Thu 11 Belfast Empire
Fri 12 Dublin Grand Social
Sat 13 Newcastle Cluny
Sun 14 Glasgow King Tuts
Tue 16 Leeds Jumbo Records | INSTORE
Tue 16 Leeds Key Club
Wed 17 Manchester Academy 3
Thu 18 Birmingham Hare & Hounds
Fri 19 London Underworld
Sat 20 Sheffield Plug
Sun 21 Worthing Forty-Two

Always loved music live, enjoy all genre's. Adding photography into the mix has been more recent and enjoying combing the two together. Self confessed vinyl junkie, so if not down the front, often found searching through record shops.

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