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Broken Hands – Share New Video and announce tour

Broken Hands have shared an official music video for their latest single “Wrong Track.”  Directed by Sam Kinsella, the “Wrong Track” video is streaming now via Consequence Of Sound’s Heavy Consequence, who declare “’Wrong Track’ features singer Dale Norton delivering soulful vocals over bluesy and heavy riffs.”

Norton tells Consequence of Sound“’Wrong Track’ is about realising you have no choice of your destination in life but, we all have the choice to enjoy the ride. Fate is inevitable but how you get there’s on you.  Sam Kinsella, the director, explored the different routes someone can take in this video. It was also a bucket list moment to see a martial arts fight scene in the flesh, which was a bonus for us!”

“Wrong Track” is featured on Broken Hands’ forthcoming new album SPLIT IN TWO, and follows early singles, “Split In Two” and “Friends House,” the latter of which is joined by an eerie official music video streaming now on Broken Hands’ YouTube Channel.  SPLIT IN TWO, which marks the band’s Atlantic Records debut, was produced by Julian Emery (Nothing But Thieves, Lower Than Atlantis) and mixed by Tom Dalgety (Royal Blood, Pixies, Ghost).  SPLIT IN TWO is available for preorder now.

Broken Hands – who have previously shared stages with such legendary artists as Blur, Black Sabbath, and The Rolling Stones – are celebrating the upcoming release of SPLIT IN TWO with a major North American tour. Currently underway, the dates see the Canterbury-based band joining Shinedown as special guests on their “Attention Attention World Tour,” which is set to continue through a July 27th performance at Ridgefield, WA’s Sunlight Supply Amphitheater. This November Broken Hands will head out on tour in Europe alongside Badflower for a run of dates set to kickoff November 9th at Hamburg, Germany’s Headcrash (see itinerary below).  For updates and ticket information, please visit www.brokenhandsband.com.

September

07 – Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK – Riverside

November

18 – Manchester, UK – The Deaf Institute

19 – Glasgow, UK – King Tuts Wah Wah Hut

21 – Birmingham, UK – Birmingham Flapper

22 – London, UK – Ulu Live at Student Central

24 – Nottingham, UK – The Bodega Social Club

25 – Cardiff, UK – Clwb Ifor Bach