Broken Hands play two back-to-back London shows next week & share new track "My Orbit Changes Everyday"
Broken Hands play two back-to-back nights at The Miller, London Bridge Tuesday 11th February [sold out] & Wednesday 12th February before heading to America for the first time in March for the SXSW Festival. See image below of the band's sold out show in Margate earlier this month, at these shows the band debuted a set of newly penned songs within their own unique environment which they will bring with them to London at the two nights at The Miller.
The Soundcloud above links to new demo track "My Orbit Changes Every Day" which received its first play from John Kennedy on XFM at the end of last week.
18th Jan - The Bracket - Margate, Kent, UK - SOLD OUT.
11th Feb - The Miller, London, UK - SOLD OUT
12th Feb - The Miller, London, UK
11-16th March - SXSW, Austin TX, USA
Broken Hands grew up together near Canterbury, England. Their cultivation of psychedelic space rock, garage and blues influences has taken their initial self-promoted hometown shows into increasingly larger spaces and have already joined Band of Skulls on UK and European support tours. After being featured by British fashion brand Burberry and headlining their own UK tours, they performed on the bill for The Rolling Stones' legendary return gigs in Hyde Park, London and have been recording with producer Tom Dalgety (Band Of Skulls, The Family Rain, Royal Blood). SXSW 2014 will see their debut performances in the USA.
The band are brothers Dale (vocals) & Callum (drums) - Jamie Darby (guitar) - Thomas Ford (bass), they describe their musical output to-date as learning/searching to "find what gives our music a true direction and purpose". Recently the band have taken to recording in their shared secluded home in the Kentish countryside, there they have been cultivating music centred around travel, flight and weightlessness. The concept was deployed at the turn of the year with a full set of new material at a run of 3 sold out shows leading up to this year's SXSW.