New Hope Club are quickly becoming one of 2018’s breakout acts. Fresh from supporting The Vamps on tour and featuring as the lead track on the Early Man movie soundtrack, New Hope Club now return with the announcement of their own headline shows leading up to two very special dates, their biggest yet, at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on June 1st and 2nd.
The Road to the Empire will begin on 5th April at London’s Borderline before stopping at Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle and Sheffield. All shows are free and tickets are available from 5pm on 27th March. These intimate fanfest shows will enable fans to see the band up close and personal before they take to the stage at their biggest headline gigs. Tickets go on sale as the fanfest run wraps and can be purchased from Livenation.co.uk / ticketmaster.co.uk / aegpresents.co.uk on Saturday 14th April at 10am.
Last year saw New Hope Club released their debut EP, Welcome To The Club. When announced, the EP shot straight to No.1 in the iTunes Pre-Order Chart and sat there for 3 days, above Kasabian and Harry Styles. It also shot straight to No.2 in the iTunes chart and into the top 5 in 10 further countries. The 4-track EP can be streamed and downloaded here.
New Hope Club were discovered by The Vamps who quickly signed them to their label, Steady Records, a subsidiary of Virgin EMI UK. Ahead of New Hope Club’s headline dates, they will also support The Vamps on their forthcoming Arena Tour this Spring.
New Hope Club are Reece Bibby, Blake Richardson and George Smith.
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