Tour dates have been announced for an upcoming indie rock band from Cantebury.
Broken Hands will bring their unique style to venues in Reading; Birmingham and Newcastle this month.
Since starting their journey in 2015, the band have had help from respected producers and have performed alongside high-profile acts.
Broken Hands have supported Deaf Havana, The Kills, Catfish and the Bottlemen; Black Sabbath and The Rolling Stones.
In their time, Broken Hands have worked with such producers as Tom Dalgerty, who has worked with Royal Blood and Julian Emery who has collaborated with Nothing But Thieves.
Broken Hands’ music ranges from thrumming festival anthems to chilled and wistful driving music.
The band’s 2018 single ‘Split In Two’ will feel meta on-stage as it is about the feeling of being on tour.
Frontman Dean Norton said: “We literally felt split in two.”
“Touring as much as we have, you’re divided from the ones you love and spend the rest of your life. In a psychological sense you can also feel divided between two things. You’re stuck in a corridor.
“The idea extends to the sonics. One minute I want to write a screaming heavy record. In the next, I want to write something tranquil. It’s a push-and-pull.”
‘Split In Two’ is heavy and relentless with punchy lyrics and changes in melody and pace, making it the perfect workout tune.
Broken Hands will headline the following events:
18 April – Reading – Purple Turtle
20 April – Birmingham – The Flapper
21 April – Southampton – The Joiners
25 April – London – Black Heart
5 May – Newcastle – Hit the North Festival.
For tickets, visit: www.brokenhandsband.com