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Bang Bang Romeo follow up RSD release and tour

“Biggest crowd for an opening act on the main stage in the history of the Isle Of Wight Festival” – John Giddings, Solo Music Agency/Isle of Wight Festival

Yorkshire’s hotly tipped trio Bang Bang Romeo have released the lyric video for latest track ‘Cemetery’.

The single was released physically on Saturday 13th April as part of Record Store Day. The band also performed a mini-tour on the day performing at four different venues.

Commenting on the day Bang Bang Romeo said:
“The whole day was a vibe. Driving to the venue and seeing people with records in their bags they’d just purchased, turning up to the stores guitar-in-hand and seeing them packed to the rafters was truly heart warming – it was so great to see record shops full with people there to support their local stores. We’re so grateful to the fans for selling out our debut physical release in record stores across the country!” 

Bang Bang Romeo visited four record stores throughout the day playing live sets at four different stores, Record Junkee in Sheffield, Tallbird in Chesterfield, Jumbo in Leeds and Jacaranda in Liverpool.

‘Cemetery’ was written with music shopping in mind, an ode to record stores and finding your place within a music scene, the lyrics capture that excitement of going into a record store:
‘Finally found a place where I feel a part of something more ….in your arms where I found The Smiths & The Flaming Lips’ 

The visuals for the video and single artwork include a long list of British Independent record stores, including some of the bands personal favourites; Leeds’ own Jumbo and Crash Records and Doncaster’s Track Records.

Bang Bang Romeo are expected release their debut album ‘A Heartbreaker’s Guide To The Galaxy’ later this year via Eleven Seven Label Group. They tour stadiums across the UK and Europe supporting Brits winner P!nk in June.

Full UK Tour dates as follows:
2019
Saturday 20th April – Stockton Calling, Stockton
Sunday 5th May – Teddy Rocks Festival, Dorset
Friday 10th May – The Great Escape Festival, Brighton
Saturday 11th May – Hanwell Hootie Festival, London
Saturday 1st June – Camden Rocks Festival, London
Saturday 8th June – Music For The Homeless, Sheffield
Thursday 20 June – Principality Stadium, Cardiff *supporting P!nk*
Saturday 22 June –  Hampden Park, Glasgow *supporting P!nk*
Tuesday 25 June – Anfield Stadium, Liverpool *supporting P!nk*
Saturday 29 June –  Wembley Stadium, London *supporting P!nk*
Sunday 30 June – Wembley Stadium, London *supporting P!nk*
Friday 16th August  – Twisted Village Festival, Winchester
Saturday 24th August – Camper Calling Festival, Alcester