23 April 2014

Weatherbird to release single King Gluttony and summer tour/festivals announced

Weatherbird single King Gluttony summer tour/festivals announced

Weatherbird to release single King Gluttony and summer tour/festivals announced

The angst, aggression and cultivated sound of 'King Gluttony', the new single from Weatherbird, totally belies the band's teenage years, showing why there is such widespread excitment surrounding the Shropshire-based four piece right now. BBC Radio 6Music Tom Robinson's recent comment, "a band that is supporting a rebirth of grunge/alternative rock", seems entirely justified based on this latest musical deliverance.

Picking up accolades as they go - Artrocker New Blood, "Impressive" - Gary Crowley (BBC London), "Fist pumping rock N roll through a younger, more fresh faced filter" (This Is Fake DIY) and acclaimed "Festival Ready" by Amazing Radio and "Excellent" by BBC 6Music's Fresh On The Net, Weatherbird's fans additionally The Guardian (who have featured them), Jim Gellatly, Supa Jam, Subba Cultha, BBC Introducing and KYEO TV. 

Weatherbird look set to join the current swell of incredible young UK bands who have the knack for writing unforgettably melodic tracks that songwriters twice their age would kill for.

Hard workers, Weatherbird have a list of live dates across the UK that already includes multiple slots at The Great Escape, Camden Rocks, Liverpool Fringe Festival and Tramlines.

Fri 9th May - The Great Escape Festival
(Pav Tav 6pm and 10pm)
Sat 10th May - The Great Escape Festival 
(Latest Music Bar 12pm mid day)
Thur 29th May - Ruby Lounge, Manchester
Fri 30th May - Fringe Festival, Liverpool
Sat 31st May - Camden Rocks Festival
Sat 31st May - Carpe Diem - Leeds
Wed 4th June – Proud Gallery, Camden
Fri 6th June - Scruffy Murphys, Birmingham
Sat 21st June - This Feeling Club, Birmingham
Sun 22nd June - Old Brown Jug, Stoke On Trent
Sat 12th July - The Lomax, Liverpool
Sat 19th July - Properstock Festival, Milton Keynes
Sat 26th July - Coalfields Festival, Barnsley
Sun 27th July - Tramlines Festival, Sheffield

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