Cannock rockers The Bad Flowers set up Birmingham gig

By Leigh Sanders | Staffordshire entertainment | Published: | Last Updated:

Cannock rockers The Bad Flowers have launched an official lyric video to promote their new single Who Needs A Soul, which coincides with their latest tour heading for Birmingham.

The Bad Flowers are going back on tour

The former The Ticket Unsigned page stars drop their single this Friday which ties in with their Planet Rocks Presents co-headline tour with Federal Charm. The UK tour starts this month, with special guests Those Damn Crows.

You can see the video for Who Needs A Soul here:

Who Needs A Soul (Official Lyric Video)

The Bad Flowers' meteoric rise to fame kicked off when the band released their critically acclaimed debut album Starting Gun in February. The band embarked on a UK tour supporting Walsall metalheads Stone Broken and Jared James Nichols the same month. This tour will culminate with a set at Planet Rockstock in December.

Thunder Child, the first single taken from Starting Gun, gained heavy airplay and was described by Planet Rock as 'pure, dynamic, riff-heavy rock ‘n’ roll delivered with passion and prowess'.

The Bad Flowers are Tom Leighton (vocals, guitar), Dale 'Bollard' Tonks (bass) and Karl Selickis (drums).

Their Birmingham leg of the tour is at the O2 Institute 2 in Digbeth on September 29. For tickets, click here.

Leigh Sanders

By Leigh Sanders

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