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After opening for Jack White, Royal Blood and Death From Above 1979, opening the main stage at Reading & Leeds Festival, and receiving critical acclaim from The Guardian, Independent, BBC Radio 1 and many others… Newcastle trio DEMOB HAPPY will embark on a headlining European tour next spring.
Released by Liberator Music, their third album “Divine Machines” exploits the band’s delicate tightrope between heaviness and melody, sweetness and riffs. The fundamental influences – a hint of Queens of the Stone Age and a gift for Lennon-style melody – are still present, but used in a way that relies entirely on the specific magic of Matthew Marcantonio, Adam Godfrey and Thomas Armstrong as a unit: a unit that appreciates a “wobbly guitar solo” as much as a beautifully crafted, unexpected love song.
Since forming the band over ten years ago in their hometown of Newcastle, the members of Demob Happy have climbed every step of their exciting career through a combination of hard work determination that would knock out most bands. They have played gigs relentlessly relentlessly, building on the enthusiasm generated by their 2015 debut Dream […]Read more