Music Box, Manchester 4th Novemeber
Deaf Havana, initially when meeting in early 2006, as teenagers, wanted to experience more from their lives than anyone who had surrounded them whilst growing up, so started making music that has taken them elsewhere in the country and the world.
After a few EPs and some rather large support bills (Deftones, Enter Shikari, Flood Of Red, You Me At Six, We Are The Ocean) Deaf Havana decided that music could be so much more exciting and energetic. So they sat down and wrote the new EP “Its Called The Easy Life”. Six songs of pure energetic fun, Recorded with Johnny from Devil Sold His Soul, and Mixed/Mastered by Matt O’Grady (Architects, You Me At Six). The EP is due for release on the 6th October through Wolf At Your Door Records.
Not having a music scene to grow up within and to follow or having a trend to become part of, the DH boys made a mix of everything they wanted. With a love of rock riffs mixed with a dual vocal attack, in the vein of Glassjaw, mixed with Jeff Buckley, including enough Pop choruses to make 13 year old McFly fans blush. With over 100 shows in the past year, Deaf Havana are quickly becoming one of the most talked about bands on the underground rock scene.
First Signs Of Frost
From the UK’s capital and originally formed in 2004; the five members of FSOF (Daniel Tompkins – Vocals, Owen Hughes-Holland – Vocals/ Guitar, Adam Mason – Guitar, Simon Poulton – Bass and Will Gates – Drums) have been working hard on the underground scene making a significant and extremely memorable impact. The band have shared the stage with the likes of; Lostprophets, No Use For A Name, Sikth, Architects, Enter Shikari, Flood Of Red, The Blackout, Devil Sold His Soul and The Ghost Of A Thousand to name a few.
Also playing are:
New Blood Stories
The Zero Symphony
Dressed To Kill