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Daisy Brain announces London Omera

Daisy Brain has announced a headline date at London’s iconic venue, Omeara, for the 12th December.

After explosive sets at Reading and Leeds Festival (watch here), London-based emerging indie-grunge artist Daisy Brain has announced a headline date at London’s iconic venue, Omeara, for the 12th December. Pre-sale live now. General on-sale Wednesday 7th September. For tickets and more information visit: https://store.daisy-brain.com/products/something-punk-slash-something-poetic-tee-plus-omeara-ticket-bundle

Alongside this latest show announcement, Daisy Brain AKA Will Tse will be setting off on his highly anticipated headline tour in November, which sees a string of dates across the UK, including Glasgow, Birmingham and Leeds. Additionally, Daisy Brain will support Lauran Hibberd on her UK tour in September, with more tour support to be announced soon. For full UK tour dates visit: https://daisybrain.lnk.to/UKTourNov22

Cited by Rolling Stone UK as a “London grunge star”, he has taken the festival circuit by storm this year. Starting with Brighton’s Great Escape in May, the Summer continued with stand-out sets at London’s Community Festival, Cornwall’s Boardmaster’s and Reading & Leeds Festival). Moving further afield, Daisy Brain dominated Dockville Festival in Germany with a high-octane set last month.

In April, he released EP Disconnected Happy,’ featuring tracks Down‘What Would You Do? and Digital Atlas’. These tracks received great radio support, including from the likes of Steve Lamacq, Daniel P Carter, Greg James and Jack Saunders. This summer, Daisy Brain released latest single ‘Small Matters’. Listen here. The angsty track was met with great reception, premiering as Jack Saunders ‘Power Play’ on BBC Radio 1’s Indie Show. Accompanying the track, the ‘Small Matters’ video, which was directed by Sully and filmed at Hackney Bumps Skate Park and Paradise Slice pizza shop, gathers some of Daisy Brain’s friends to create a visual that showcases the highs and lows of life. Watch here.