Birmingham gig promotes new Black Peaks album
Black Peaks are back with their sophomore record All That Divides and will promote it with a tour that stops off in Kings Heath, Birmingham.
The Brighton four-piece release their hugely anticipated second record on October 5 through Rise Records/BMG, produced by Adrian Bushby (Grammy Award-winner for Muse and Foo Fighters).
It is the follow up to the 2016 debut Statues, which saw the band play-listed on BBC Radio 1 and tour across the UK and Europe with the likes of Deftones, 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, and recorded an Annie Mac live session which included a very special cover of the Billie Ellish track You Should See Me In Crown.
During the recording of All That Divides, the band and filmmaker friend Ian Coulson created a three-part 'making of' film documenting the whole process. The first part can now be seen on YouTube.
To hear all their hard work, fans can see them live when they arrive at Birmingham's Hare & Hounds on October 18 to play the new material. Support on the night will be from Bossk and Gold Key.
Tickets, costing £13.20, can be bought here.
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