Deaf Havana announce hot new tour for October 2013

For those of you who have never heard of Deaf Havana, you are missing out!

The Deaf Havana boys
The Deaf Havana boys

Fear not though, we’ll introduce you to them and you’ll get a chance to catch them live later this year.

Just a little history…

Deaf Havana are an English alt rock band from Hunstanton, Norfolk. They formed in 2005 at The College of West Anglia. As old school friends, they were joined by new band members at college to make ‘Deaf Havana’

Their name has no hidden meaning and was chosen by their former guitarist, Sebastian Spitz.

The boys hit the big time after performing on the Kerrang! Introducing Stage at Slam Dunk Festival in May 2010.

After playing as a support for the likes of You Me at Six, Kids in Glass Houses and The Blackout, these British rockers have continued their successful streak now by announcing their biggest ever headline tour. Their tour will take place at 8 locations across the UK in October 2013.

Deaf Havana have it all going on!

Made up of frontman James Veck-Gilodi, guitarist Chris Pennells, bassist Lee Wilson, Drummer Tom Ogden, pianist Max Britton and guitarist/vocalist Matt Veck-Gilodi this mega band have mega plans for 2013.

Their new album ‘Old Souls’ and their latest single ‘Mildred (Lost A Friend)’ are due to smash the rock charts apart on 16 September 2013.

Then they have their tour which is set to rock the roof off in October this year. Their guest support will be Charlie Simpson and Big Sixes.

Get your tickets on the Ticket Master website now to ensure you don’t miss out on any of the rock action!

Words by Michelle Stannard

Image courtesy of Sonic PR

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