Big Spring have just announced their first ever headline tour as a band. They will kick things off at The Cookie in Leicester on 7th July, and make their way around cities such as Birmingham and Southampton. Big Spring will be wrapping things up at Brighton’s Hope & Ruin on 27th July, shortly after they play the Black Heart in Camden, on 19th July. Showing no sign of slowing down, the Brighton four-piece will also be playing 2000 Trees Festival, Hit The Deck and Fort Fest this Summer.
Big Spring, who have been championed by Corey Taylor (Slipknot), have recently unleashed their thundering new single Cold Foot, a track which was showcased on their recent tour with Decade. A throwback to the raucous energy of early 90’s grunge rock, it combines front man Ollie Loring’s wall-shaking vocals, monstrous riffs and a positively enormous chorus. You can listen to it here.
Dubbed ‘the best new band in Britain’ by Radio 1’s Daniel P Carter, it’s fair to say Big Spring are on a roll. The group had a busy late Summer in 2016, performing at Reading and Leeds Festivals (only their fifth ever gig), as well as supporting Black Foxxes on their huge UK tour.
Debut effort Buzzards Leave The Bones caught the attention of Daniel P Carter, who made it his ‘Rockest Record’, which led to plays from Annie Mac and Clara Amfo. Their follow-up track On A Bamboo Sleeping Mat gained more than 100,000 streams as well as features from Clash, Upset & Punktastic. Subsequent single 5th Of July was highlighted by DIY, Radio 1’s Huw Stephens, Kerrang Radio & Amazing Radio and was also selected for Spotify’s ‘Rocked’ and ‘New Noise’ playlists.
The music is there, the ambition is there, it’s time for Big Spring to become the next massive British rock act.
Listen to their latest single “Cold Foot”:
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