Hazels Share Debut ‘Ain’t A Game’ Ahead Of September UK Dates

Hazels Share Debut ‘Ain’t A Game’ Ahead Of September UK Dates

Durham, a town not blessed with a huge musical heritage has finally been furnished with an explosive new band worthy of your attention. Ladies and Gents I give you Hazels. Far from the critical eye of London, Hazels have gone about building a strong fan base and a live show unrivalled in passion and heart. Performing live is where these boys thrive and boy do they put on a show. Formed in 2013 when 5 mates began jamming in an abandoned greenhouse, these lads have come a long way in a very short space of time……and not without good reason!

August which will be made available for free download via their Soundcloud. On the back of this, dates in Newcastle and further afield in London and Manchester have been booked, as other cities are keen to get a taste of the mayhem. First up is the capital on Tuesday 2nd Buffalo Bar. Then straight back up the A1 for a homecoming (almost) release party  on Wednesday 3rd at the local hotspot Think Tank, Newcastle. And to finish things off in style, an impressive headline slot on Saturday 6th dayer @ The Ram & Shackle, Manchester. Hazels don’t do half measures and don’t expect them to let up anytime soon. They are already gathering heavyweight supporters in the North East in the shape of BBC presenters and top promoters. A story in its infancy but a story not short on thrilling plot lines with scope for grander character development and syndication

for countless seasons. Have a listen to these lads and make sure you get to one of their shows!!!

Tuesday 2nd  September, Club Fandango @ Buffalo Bar, LONDON

Wednesday 3rd  September, Think Tank, NEWCASTLE

Saturday 6th September, Cult @ The Ram & Shackle, MANCHESTER

Facebook: www.facebook.com/HazelsBand

Soundcloud: www.soundcloud.com/HazelsBand

Twitter: www.twitter.com/Hazels_Band

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Hazels Share Debut ‘Ain’t A Game’ Ahead Of September UK Dates