Having recently sold out a homecoming gig at the Concorde 2 in Brighton, progressive rock group Black Peaks will undergo a UK tour starting on 23rd January in Worthing and will include gigs in London, Oxford and Glasgow.
Formed in 2012, the band released their debut album Statues on 8th April via Sony and received rave reviews from The Independent, Metal Hammer and The Monolith. It was particularly praised for its varied blending of progressive rock, math rock, heavy metal and hardcore punk. They have been championed by Reuben frontman and solo artist Jamie Lenman, who appeared on their track ‘To Take The First Turn’.
Black Peaks’ upcoming tour will consist of their first gigs in Ireland, with two booked for Belfast and Dublin. Support varies throughout the tour and includes TIGERCUB, Employed to Serve, Two Glass Eyes and Bad Sign. This will be yet another UK tour to promote the band and their musical achievements having toured in January last year alongside festival appearances at Download and 2000trees and a co-headline tour with hardcore punk group Heck in September.
Tickets for the tour are available here.