NORMANDIE have announced their White Flag headline tour in support of their latest full-length release, set to take place across 12 dates throughout the UK and Europe in March 2019.
Dates for the tour are as follows:
15.03.2019 - Copenhagen DK, Beta (Tickets)
16.03.2019 - Hamburg DE, Headcrash (Tickets)
17.03.2019 - Berlin DE, Privatclub (Tickets)
19.03.2019 - Munich DE, Feierwerk (Tickets)
20.03.2019 - Cologne DE, MTC (Tickets)
21.03.2019 - Eindhoven NL, Dynamo Basement (Tickets)
22.03.2019 - Paris FR, L'International (Tickets)
24.03.2019 - Manchester UK, Deaf Institute (Tickets)
25.03.2019 - Glasgow UK, Stereo (Tickets)
26.03.2019 - Birmingham UK, Mama Roux's (Tickets)
27.03.2019 - London UK, Dingwalls (Tickets)
28.03.2019 - Antwerp BE, Kavka (Tickets)
Check out NORMANDIE's latest single 'Enough': https://youtu.be/5vfW7-Bixpk
Out now via Easy Life Records, White Flag is available to purchase in various formats here: http://radi.al/WhiteFlag
Twelve tracks that build on the band's signature anthemic sound, White Flag marks the next chapter in NORMANDIE's whirlwind journey, reaffirming that they are one of the hottest up-and-coming bands to have surfaced in recent years.
After a huge response following the release of their debut album Inguz, NORMANDIE inked a deal with Easy Life Records earlier this year. Inguz, a Viking rune, symbolised the band's new direction after the departure of their heavier co-vocalist, where they honed-in on a groundbreaking rock sound and have since seen support from the Radio 1 Rock Show, Kerrang! Radio, Rock Sound, Kerrang! TV, Scuzz TV and more. The soaring melodies are captivating, the choruses are explosive, and overall NORMANDIE deliver a spine-tingling sound that wouldn't sound out of place in arenas.
The band’s live show has blown away crowds throughout the UK and Europe, with several headline runs including a sold out show at London's Boston Music Room. They also supported Yellowcard, Crossfaith and Hands Like Houses on tour and have numerous festival appearances under their belts, including their Download Festival (2017) and Reading & Leeds Festival (2018) debuts.
NORMANDIE are paving their way to success and it’ll only be a matter of time before they turn heads even further across the globe.
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