Comprised of brothers Dale [lead vocals] and Callum Norton [drums, backing vocals], Jamie Darby [lead guitar], Thomas Ford [bass], and David Hardstone [rhythm guitar, keys], Broken Hands have been finishing work on their Atlantic Records debut LP expected for release in 2019.
Having shared stages with everyone from Blur and The Kills to Black Sabbath and the Rolling Stones, Broken Hands will join Band of Skulls for a pair of U.K. shows this November (see itinerary below). For tickets and more information visit www.brokenhandsband.com.
BROKEN HANDS – April Headline Tour Dates
18 April Reading – Purple Turtle
20 April Birmingham – The Flapper
21 April Southampton – The Joiners
25 April London – Black Heart
05 May Newcastle – Hit The North Festival
Canterbury, UK band Broken Hands stimulate both halves with a two-prong style fueled by half-time gutter groove rock ‘n’ roll and ethereal flights of cerebral sonic exploration. This duality initially powered the group’s 2015 full-length debut, Turbulence. Produced by Tom Dalgety [Royal Blood, Pixies, Ghost], it walked a fine line between arena ambition and alternative adventurousness. Moreover, the record announced the boys—brothers Dale [lead vocals] and Callum Norton [drums, backing vocals], Jamie Darby [lead guitar], Thomas Ford [bass], and David Hardstone [rhythm guitar, keys]—as a critical favorite with acclaim from NME, The Independent, BBC Music Introducing, and more. Simultaneously, they developed a reputation for raucous live shows, performing alongside the likes of The Kills, Catfish and the Bottlemen, The Cult and Deaf Havana in addition to gracing the stage of the world-famous Reading & Leeds festivals.