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Heck/Black Peaks Co-Headline Tour Announces Supports

BLACK PEAKS and HECK revealed their chosen support bands for the forthcoming September co-headline tour as Bad Sign and This Be The Verse on Tuesday. Each of these bands will open half the tour, but the headliner will be decided by both main bands on the night (meaning all fans need to turn up early to make sure they catch their favourite band!).

Paul Shelley from HECK on Bad Sign: “We are delighted to inform the big wide world that those boisterous bastards Bad Sign will be joining ourselves and Black Peaks for part of our co-headline tour. How did we decide this? By all drunkenly wrestling at a festival. A great time was had by all”

Joe Gosney from BLACK PEAKS on This Be The Verse: “We’re really hyped to be announcing This Be The Verse as support on some of the upcoming UK tour with Heck. We have only played with these guys once before and they floored the entire venue. It’s just one more stupidly good band to add to a line up that should already be making your brain feel fuzzy. Get ready UK.”

This Be The Verse current single “The Wrong Road” is available as a free download right now, and you can listen to it below:

Bad Sign recent single “Rebuild” is out now on Basick Records, listen below:

All dates for the BLACK PEAKS / HECK co-headline tour are below:
4th Sept – The Parish, Huddersfield
6th Sept – The Fleece, Bristol
7th Sept – Boston Music Rooms, London
8th Sept – Boston Music Rooms, London
9th Sept – The Plug, Sheffield
10th Sept – Electric Circus, Edinburgh
11th Sept – Tunnels, Aberdeen
13th Sept – Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
15th Seopt – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
16th Sept – Sin City, Swansea
17th Sept – Cavern, Exeter
18th Sept – Talking Heads, Southampton

Ticket link for all shows – HERE

For more information, click here:
Bad Sign
This Be The Verse

About Selby Rodriguez

A Wisconsinite adjusting to life on the East Coast. Lover of music, mother of cats, and avid drinker of beer.

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